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XXXVI Sterrett in sacrificing sm mwm mm FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911. hfs business nnd friendship long established in a community where lie is appreciated and where he has spent the greater portion We regret to of his many useful days. lose Clarence as n neighbor in this field, but wish him well in hU new field Cannelton Enquirer. Pages ro. 3 UUUUL lllLLU I THREE BIG DAYS BEING CROSSES L PLANNED tven no aiar uuiues mm iu Beyond Had Been -- . I 1" For Breckenridge County Fair. Grea Enthusiasm Over The County-G- Life III Many Months And Sank Into Breckinridge Circuit Court. A Deep Sleep Monday Evening-Funeral NOTICE at school since she started. She is the (laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnshman, of OLD FASHIONED Raymond, and is twelve years of age. Leo has gone to seven school?, one school and has gone BASKET two weeks this summer. Forty-fou- r months and two veel?i without missing George Raerick Accused Of a day is a fine record for this young At Walnut Grove Church SundayCrime He Swore Out War- Indy. h two-nont- -' ive et Your Quilts m9 ire .7 Breckinridge, Bank, etc' iDef'ts. LAST DAYS OF AUGUST. AH persons having claims against BURIAL AT OWENSBORO. the estate of R L. Newsom, deceased, will apnear and prove their claims beHnrdinsburg", Ky.July I9 (Special ) fore me, the undersigned Commissioner Hnrdinsburg is all enthusiasm. Hickman Wills died and receiver on or before the first day Judge James I9II. Tnis the tenth Everybody is talking the Fair. The (Monday night at 0:30 o'clock after of September, 1011 Conv president, A. T. Beard, and secretary, k lenghtv illness. The funeral will be day of July, Receiver. Lee Walls, issioner and J no. M. Skillman, are putting forth held at the home of Mrs. Francis Saw every effort that is possible for them to 1 ne this morning at 91.10 der No One Knows. make, to have this the cleanest, best by the Rev. idfvices will be conducted Fair that will be held in the State of 'Mf . Frank Lewis, pastor of the Metho Kentucky. dist church. The body accompanied No one knows what you and I A cordial invitation is given to everyy the family and friends, will be taken Are keeping in the heart, body to come and be present Breckento Owensboro on the 11 o'clock train The hopes the fears that hidden lie ridge Day, Louisville Day and Derby for burial In the Elmwood cemetery Of life a potent part. Oay. Bring your stock, poultry and this afternoon. world may look upon the face, The agricultural products. Nor guess at hidden woes, The death of Judge Wills has been The Floral Hall will be under the expected for several weeks, and while Nor can it there our pleasures trace supervision of reliable parties, so come it was a sorrow to his loved ones, it was We've much that no one knows. a relief to him. He finished his fight No one knows the uhbreathed prayer and bring everything you have in that line. and he kept his faith, telling those We're hiding in the breast, Remember the dates, August 22, 23 Monday that to around his None see the hope stars shining there, and 24. morrow he would be gone. Nor clouds of dark 0 thirty years ago he came to Clove- r- None view the unseenunrest. battle-fielport and entered the lumber business Where wrongs the right oppose, .which he had to leave on account of his Our inner lives are not revealed e years of health. He was We've much that no one knows. l"age and was born in Winchester. Nov Selected ember 16, 1SS6 Judge Wills married yMiss Nannie B. Sawyer, whom he Cleaves with an adopted daughter, Miss CHURCH NOTES. ' .Uensie Wills. He has two sisters, Mrs. . - .1 r.n Ulfl of Texas. Scott Haccard. The Epworth League will have a g Judge Wills had been a member of special program at the Methodist church ot tne unrtstian cnurcn since ne was Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. eighteen years of age. He took an 000 active part in every cause and moveThe Dedication of Hites Run .Baptist In ment for the good of Cloverport. church will take place Sunday at 10 1892 he was appointed Police Judge and o'clock. Rev. Mr. Williams will conhas held that office ever since. Men duct the services. and women liked Judge Wills. He was 000 especially kind to children, and his kindness to the Breckenridge News in A Prayer 260 Years Old. y ways shall never be forgotten. Particulars of the funeral will be 0! that mine eyes might closed be given next week. To what concerns mc not to see; VIC ROBERTSON That deafness might possess mine ear Has To Know It All. C. Vic Robertson has been honored me not to heac; To what concerns appointment as Judge in the 'No man can know everything," That truth my tongue might always tie with the horse rings at the Lancaster Fair. The says the Commercial Appeal. Well, no From ever speaking foolishly; are fortunate in Bluegrass horse-me- n man except an editorial writer ou a That no vain thought might ever rest, getting him and thev could not find a t'daily newspaper. County Calloway man who will be fairer than Mr. RobOr be conceived in my breast; ?Gazette. by each deed and word and thought ertson. That Little Miss Black. Glorv may to my God be brought! What Pleases A Man, But what are wishes? Lord, mine eye Mr. Allen Black camtj in the News Op Thee is fixed, to Thee 1 cry; Generally speaking, a man likes to be office yesterday morning with the most Wash, Lord, and purify my heart, told he is handsome, whether he is or important news item he had ever told. And make it clean in every part, not. He likes to be told he has small He smiled and said: "We have a little And wh'en 'tis clean, Lord, keep it, too, feet. This is a tip to wives. There is girl at our house". Her mother has more virtue in a pair of tight shoes in For that is more than I can do. named her Eva Margaret. Thomas Elwood, A.D. 1(J.'J9. keeping a man at home in the evenings than in.all the Ten Commandments. It Rich's Brother To Wed. This prayer was read by Mrs. Nancy pleases a man to be asked for advice. Ferry at the Tuesday afternoon prayer You don't need to take it. Most men The many friends here of the groom- - meeting held every week at the Meth- have advice to give away, and they are will be interested in the announce- - odist church. A special topic is discuss- always willing to bestow it on women .. . rw r ..1 ri a ed and the service opens at 2.30 o'clock) gratis. It pl.eases a man for a woman Richardson and Miss Lillian Anderson, to which eyerbodyjs Invited. to depend on him. This is the reason both of Danville, which was made why many foolish girls could get two 'Monday by Mr. and Mrs. George F. husbands apiece, while lAriderson, parents of the women remain old maids. L0DIBURG. v. The weddinc will tribe nlnre In tVie feAy fall nt the bride's country home, Cooley and Thorn Coming. Mr. and Mrs. Clete Norton, Mr. and 4"Mapiewood," near Danville. Mr. iJRichardson is a former newspaper man Mrs. Ezra Lauduiau aud Mr. and Mrs. The Cooley and Thorn Floating PalVand'a brother of Vernon Richardson, Brown, of Col., are all at home ou a visit. ace which exhibited here last night editor of the Danville Advocate. Miss Dee Basham, of Louisville, ia high classed comedy Shelby Record. visiting her uncle, Mr. Adam Basham. presenting the "The Minister and the Maid" was the Mr. aud Mrs. Amos Mattingly, of best show presented here this season. Offers Newspaper For Sale. Brandenburg, were the guests of Air. This is the last of the Show Boats for and Mrs, Flake Ater last Sunday. the year and taking them all in all the attraction was far the ? Editor Sterrett, of the Hawesville, Miss Winnie Hardin, of Owensboro, Cooley-ThoKy., .Clarion, announced in the last is- is the guest of her brother, Mr. Ben best of the show boat 0 tie rings. They carry a complete scenic prosue of his publication that the Clarion Hardin. duction for "The Minister and the is for sale. Mr. Sterrett does Joffice Misses Mattie and gudie Black and Maid" and some of the scenes are very not offer his paper for sale because of Lucy Hall, of Addison, were guests of elaborate, while the electrical effects lkck of business, but he has a lucrative cant be beat. The cast headed by Mr. offer to take a daily newspaper in the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Avitt Sunday. Miss Maud Jolly and Miss Roberts, of Thorn as the Minister, is very well balsorth, which he is going to accept. The Clarion was founded by Mr. Sterrett Sample, were guests of Mrs. Nannie anced, Mr. Thorn doing some exceptionally fine work in the third act when about eighteen years ago and it has al- - Payne Sunday. 3wdyj5 proven a paying proposition, be- - Mrs. Henry Johnson aud family, of he makes a quick character change, othors in the cast doing good work are i$pg the. only newspaper in Hancock Owensboro, are guests of Mr, and Mrs. Miss Renninger, Miss Sfliouaty. Bourne, Miss He has kept it up to the Standard of a first class weekly, and Hen Hardiu and other friends this week. Fisher, Mr. Pratt, Mr. Vaughn 'and There was the largest crowd at Mr. Cook, 'whortK' takas him on his offer to sell, Grove church last Sunday that was The vaudeville end of the show Is certainly be getting a sure thing. "Mf. Sterrett and his three sons, who are ever seen there. Plenty of dinner for all very strong, while there is no big feat&11 practical printers, will take charge Some of those from a distance were: Mr. ure act, the five acts presented were I jrf tne northern daily he has in view. and Mrs. II. O. Haddoc, of Webster, Mr. far above the average, making one of the most complete shows you can find. Tbe bays are expert linotype operators aud Mrs, Larkiu Gibson and Miss Squires, of Hardinsburg; Mr. and The Greenup patrons think there Is B4ar sow employed away fronr home. o H the principal objects he has in Mrs. Will Gibson and daughter, Mary, nothing too good for the Cooley-ThoFloating Palace, so all we can say is, (Hit at Haweeville is to get locat- - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, Mrs. Jane Gibfee can enjoy tne presence of son and C. E. Lightfoot, of Cloverport, come again Messers Cooley-Thoand aad hold his boys together, a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Basset and Miss Hal- bring us another good show. Greenup Gazette July 12. W. reason Indeed for Mr. ite Severs, of Union Star. -bed-sid- e sixty-threTT . 1 Today. R. L. Newsom, Executrix f . against Plaintiff Ready For. Floral Hall. rant For Noel Boarman, But Miss Moorman Taking Circumstantial Evidence Her Vacation. Strong Against Raerick MUCH Five Hundred People Dollars Raised For Missions-Re- v. Gatling Attend-Thirty-F- EXCITEMENT PREVAILS Another arrest has been made iu connection with the murder of Bert Mccarty, agent for the I.. II. & St. L. , at Lewisport on the night of July 11. The officers think they have the right mau this time in the person of George Raerick, who was arrested in Owensboro Saturday afternoon by officer Dawson. There are many circumstances which the oilicers say point to Rae-rick- 's guilt, one of the chief points against him being his numerous contradictory stories, and his activity in trying to place the crime on Noel Boarman, who is now in the Daviess county jail, and whose examining trial was set for thn 24 at Hawesville. I T ! t to-b- e -- strong-minde- d bride-to-b- e. m Wal-nu- t Hgi-il- l 1 Lu-cl- le m m Swore Out Warrant For B iarman Raerick is the man who swore out the warrant for the arrest of Boarman in connection with tlfe McCarty mur der. Raerick was near the body of Mc Carty on the night he was found by George Schrode and another young man who passed in a buggy and took the body to McCarty's late home. Raerick told them that Noel Boar BIGJPRING man was the murderer; that when he came up to where the body was lying, Boarman was disappearing, and that before he saw the body or knew that a crime had been committed he asked Boarman where he had been and where he was going, and that iioarman drew two automatic pistols and toia him to Afternoon fleeting. Mrs. Jack Coliius is visitirg rehitjves skiddoo, and that he proceeded to do iu Indiana. The afternoon service was devoted so, but as soon as Boarman disappeared he returned to the spot and discoverR. T. Kirkman, of Elkton, is the guest to the history of Walnut Grove Baptist ed McCarty. church, which was organized ninty-flvof his sister, Mrs. King. Tlfe icecream supper given for the years ago. The Charter members were: His Version Isaiah, Jess and Simon Whittaker.Giles Raerick says he thought McCarty Methodist church was quite a succes. Chambers, Eliza Lauce, James Roberts, They realized 40. was some drunken man, and for that John Polly, John Adkisson, May Polly, y Misses Maggie Scott and Fannie reason otlered him 110 assistance, but James Robertson, Sabitha Adkisson. will leave the 29th for a months later noticed that he was almfl5 lifeAnn Finch, Richard Sharp had Rebec less. Not far from .McCarty 'a body he visit at Versailles and Frankfort. ca Polly. In December 1816 Chad Brown says he found a singletree, and th.it The ladies of the Baptist churcb will was elected moderator. he believed Boarman is tne man who give an ice cream supper Saturday eveThe church records are there and struck M:Carty and that ne had ue'd ning Aug. I9. All are invited. were written with a quill pen and the singletree. Dr. and Mrs. A.M. Ilardaway, of Minink. Before the war there were Raerick says he then went to Lewis-port- , or, N. D. , are here the guests of her twenty-seve- n colored members. Many and there met with three hoooes, mo her, Mrs. Clarkgou. lr. Haidaway interesting stories were told Sunday of and with them he went to where Mc- will return the last of the week. the consecration of the old members. Carty's body was lying, but that they Rev. KMug closed a meeting at Custer In the youth of the church one of the did not touch him because he had unThursday. worst sins the members could commit derstood that the law forbid anybody Mrs. Melville Suowden aud children, was to tell a lie and Isaiah Chambers, a to touch a body found as he hud found McCarty's, except by an otlicer or some of Ciiiciuuati, are the guests of her sis- Chhrter member, went before the church said he had lied about a certain matter person residing in the community. He ter, Mrs. V.ll. Nelson. Misses Mayme Robertsou, of Owens-bor- and asked forgiveness for bringing says the tramps went away, but he reanil Mary Hanson, of Eddyville, such shame on the temple. mained to watch the body till an officer are the guests of Miss Fannie Hardaway. or some local citizen came along. During the war the church doors It is belelved that Raerick hid the Miss Myrtle Moorman, who has been were closed only one time on Sunday singletree in the weeds ou the route visiting relatives in Teuu., for two and that was on account of very distaken by McCarty when going from the months, will arrive home Saturday. agreeable weather. The present memdepot to his home, on the night of July Mrs. Harry Kemper, who has been bers are proud of Walnut Grove church .'I, when he decided not to commit the litre for two months with her mother, and Its strength today shows its founassault on that night on account of Mc Mrs. Chrksou, left Wednesday furMin dation was built on more than sand. Carty's son being with him. nt, N D. Day, Boarman Will Prove Alibi lira. Kitty Wimp, of Owensboro, is Aside from the religious orders of Messrs. Ringo and Finn say that with her Mrs. Van B. the day, Sunday afforded a happy' sowill be able to prove Nelson. Noel Boarman an alibi by proving that he was not at - Mrs. A.D.McCams, of F.lizabethtown, cial gathering for the whole people around Lodiburg. that Lewisport on Julyll.but 75 miles away spent last week Jiere with relatives. meant warm friendship and good wishes county. in Christian Rev. King held Quarterly meeting at were going on all the day long. John Raerick says that one of the L. H. & May Grove Saturday and Sunday. D. Babbage, editor of the News, had St. L.section crew told him that he saw Misses Katie Creagor, of Cecelia, and the pleasure of mingling with his old Boarman peeping through the depot window on the night of July 11, but E'anor Scott; Messers Kenneth Scott friends in this community and says it Mr. Ringo says this section hand will and David Ditto, of Vine Grove, have was a great meeting day. swear that the mau he saw answer's returned home after a visit of several Coming Revival, days with Miss Maggie Scott aud brothRaerick's description. Walnut Grove church will be busy When the officers discovered that ers. Rev. King will hold a meeting here during the rest of the summer. Thurs Boarman could prove an alibi they at beginning Aug. 21. He will be assisted day August 17 the revival opens. Rev. once suspected Raerick, and began an Gatling will be assisted by his brother. investigation "which resulted in his ar- by Rev. Adkinsou, of Louisville. rest. He left Lewisport the next Mr, and Mrs. Ben Fliwers, of Vertrtss, Mrs. Joe Fitch was present Sunday. morning after the murder, going to spent Saturtla) with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Her friend, Mr. Allen Robertson, eighty The next day he left that Prather. Maceo. eight years old, is the oldest member place, coming to Owensboro, aud for a Dr. aud Mrs. Hurdaway returned Sun-- d of the church. He joined fifty-fivyears week past has been employed at Elmer after having spent several days nt ago and has been a deacon thirty six iv Miller's Stables. He had much to say Uewleyvllle, the guests of Mr. T.P.IIard-awa- years. to other employes at the stable about aud son. the murder of McCarty and Boarman's Well Known Here. Uncle Press Meador (colored) age 12, connection with it so much, that they died Friday night of complication of became suspicious of Raerick as the diseases. Miss Elizabeth Skillman, the attracmurderer. Y. W. Bites, of Elizabethtowu, was tive young visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Orb Mason, of Hawesville, Mason Dyer, returned to her home in and officer Dawson, of the Owensboro here ou business Friday, She was acMiss Leah Meador speut several days Morganfield Saturday. police force worked on the clues, and have worked up the case against Rae last week in the couutry with her sister, companied by Miss Nancy Dorsey, who will be her guest for a week. While in Mrs. Dolf Rlchcrdsou. rick. Owensboro Inquirer. Henderson Miss Skillman had many entertainments given In her honor, and A Record In School. Making NOTICE made many friends who will always be Please do not ask vs to publish card glad to welcome her again. HenderLeo Casbuuu has never missed a day of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free son Gleaner. e Hard-awapolk-berry Hnnd-Sliaklng grand-daughter, Sunday the annual basket meeting was l.eld at Walnut Grove church near Lodlburg. Five hundred people were present and it was one of the best days for the church since the war. The morning service was devoted to the missionary cause. Thirty-liv- e dollars, which was an average of seven cents fronf every person present was McGAVOCK. given for missions. The Rev. Mr. Gat-linof Owensboro, the regular pastor, Mrs. Jim Tierney entertained Mon- had charge of the day's devotional proday with a birthday dinner in honor of gram. The choir lead the sincinir and her brother, Jim Lyons, it being his sung the old hymns that every one could twenty-fir- st birthday. Fifty guests join in and sing with joyful voices. were present. Big Basket Dinner. Joy Beatty was the guest of relatives At noon time the baskets were opened in Hancock county Saturday. and a feast fit for a king was spread. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simmons attend- Rev. Mr.Gatlintrsaidffrace after whlrh ed church at Patesville Saturday. tfie mothers and their daughters took Miss Vina Hathaway and Jack Pum-phre- y pains to see that every person eot a were the guests of Nat Newman piece of fried chicken and a slice of Wednesday. country ham. The lad which hath live Bread baking success is gunrauteed barley loaves and two fishes and offered if you use I.ewitport BEST Flour. them to Jesus when he was hero among men, could not have been more nroud of his offering than a young lady at this meeting was of her apple pies. She said that the apples were the only ones that were in their orchard this season Notes-Ma- ny Big Bunch of News and she saved them for this occasion. Visitors-Re- v. King Will Hold When the crowd had finished eatinir. there was enough picnic dinner left to A Revival. serve another five hundred. Moorman leaves to ay She is taking a two weeks vacation from the office of F .Freize for whom she is assistant Miss Moorman ia one of the most enthusiast. c young busiuess women of Cloverpoit. She said recently that girls, who have never had any business training do cot know what they miss, and she enjoys every bit of knowledge that she grasps from the commercial world. for Elizabethtowu. hook-keeper. Miss Pauline Pastor. REVIVAL BEGINS AUGUST 17. ' Hand-shake- s ' e y TOOLS NEEDED IN ROAD BUILDING FEAtHERED TYRANTS. SWITCHED J)N SUFFRAGE. Bill Changed His Opinion After a Tell: Muicieapa Birds, With His Wife. Police WJtk Is the strangest of the Old Bill Shiftless wandered In the work done l the world of birds. In other dny to talk a little politics, says Franco nnd central Europe the tnuscl-cap- a the Osborne (Kan.i rnrtner. Hill Is birds police the air, posted on somewhat Interested In the woman suf telegraph wires. Blnck, with heads frngc movement. lie Is for It good nnd with orange Ky. Cheap and Practical Machinery decorated flvenlphers are fillets, these strong. Hill says: "My wife has ns 1872 dreaded by notnble much right to vote as I have. She does the brlgnmN of the nlr. Englcs, fal- hnlf the work and owns half of everyWithin Reach of All, cons nnd t II the feathered strong men thing nnd should have as much say ns of tho ether shrink from nn encounter I have. Of course the old woman with this tyrant. When the tyrant vote ns I told her to, but 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through thrco panics and paid every legitimate ennnot fltid wires to perch on ho would nlso no difference. It would GOVERNMENT A REPORT. perches on n polo. When stationed In that makes claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. power, nnd the Lord a prnlrlc or n pasture ho perches upon give mo double knows us poor people have little tho back of an ox. He lives by hunt-lu- g to do An Safe 3 wny on Time to sny now insects and attacks all birds, even enough nre run. Then, nbout tho want InvaluPortable Stone Crushers Are besides, I things tho strongest, using beak and claws able In Building Good Macadam In the uncuial struggle. All the fowls the old lady to have nil the pleasure EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED 'A No. 1 Roads Future Maintenance of High- of tho nit fear the police bird, nnd she can get out of this world." Before even the most active pillagers of the xThat night old Hill wns talking tho ways Must Be Mapped Out nests feign honesty when under the question over with his wife. She said Anything Else Is Done. sharp eye of the Musclcnpn tyrannus. she would like to get a chance to vote the distilleries ofT the face of the earth. bulldlnjr Is now occupying tho Itont In winter the tyrant takes possesattention of the pcoplo to n greater sion of the warm shelters prized by Bill dared up In a minute. "That's Just the way with tho worn-on!- " degree than over before. Building by birds. In spring, when the young are yelled Bill. "Give them half a tyrant tho old fashioned way is expensive. twittering In the nests, the turns "thref" and sows terror among chance nnd they would ruin every-thinTools that reduce tho cost nre within Look nt the poor people around friends nnd enemies alike. Rven tho the reach of every county, nud on this sparrows banded to fall upon n field here who can't afford n doctor or to subject u government report says: fly nway when they see the blnck coat buy medicine. If they can keep n lit"In addition to the shovels, picks nnd orange fillet of tho "pollcemnn." tle liquor In the house It saves many nnd other ordinary Implements n con- The tyratM holds his power by his n sick spell. Women have nil they can Ky., close of 30, 1911. All animals yield to the do to louk nfter things nround the siderable outlay for machinery Is nec- audacity. essary. In these days of high paid la- Influence of courage, n quality special house without chasing off and voting." Then old Hill chased himself to bed bor nnd short working hours oue rare- ly tcnnclous In birds. The fnint bird nnd left Mrs. Shiftless to bring In a ly hears in this country of macadam Is smnll. but his nttltude commnnds bucket of coal and get kindling for the respect. Harper's Weekly. stone being broken by hand. morning. "There aro many kinds ot stone Itching piles provoke profanity, but Except for on the market. crushers BRUMMEL'S GHOSTS. city use nud In cases where n largo profanity won't care them. Doan's amount of macnuatn work is uono Ointment cures Itching, bleeding orpro-trudin- g every year within a comparatively piles after years of suffering. At Pathetic Picture of the Great Beau In His Dacedence. small area, Inrge stationary plants are any drug store. . We nre more familiar with tho picundesirable. There are several kinds ture of Beau Brummel In the days of of portable plants which may be . . his prosperity than in his decadence. THE WORD "BUNGALOW." bought at prices ranging from $1,G00 a pathetic glimpse of the last Here is to S2.M0 which nre admirably adapted for country use. These plants In- it Comes From the Hindi Canjla, pbaso at Caen, when the old man's mind bnd begun to give way under tho Meaning a Thatched Hut. clude the stone crusher, engine and accumulated stress of penury nnd Inboiler, portable bins, revolving screen The word bungalow Is an Anglo-Indiannd nn elevator to lift the stone after version of the Hindi bangla. gratitude: "Sometimes be thought be ought to It Is broken and to discharge It Into which primarily means Bengali, or tho screen. of Bengal, and Is also applied to n give n party, so ho would arrange tho "The outfits nre mounted on wheels thatched hut, says Country Life In npartment. set out the candles nnd get and may be moved from place to place America. It may be worth while to the house attendant to be with him. at a comparatively small cost. Under explain how this trivial and merely lo- At 8 o'clock this man would open the ordinary conditions froin'JTjO to $100 cal name came to be fixed on the Eng- door of the room and announce 'the Duchess of Devonshire.' At the sound will pay thi' expense of shifting such lishman's house In India. of this name Brummel would rise from a plant from Its old location to a now In milEarly residents there engaged oue several miles distant. itary, administrative or trading duties his chair and greet the cold air from "Stone crushers nre variable In their lived a nomadic life for the greater the staircase as though it were the output They all need much repair part of the year in tents. And since beautiful duchess herself, making his work from time to time on account of there was nothing In the indigenous most courtly bow nnd saying: 'Ah, tho severe usage to which they are buildings of Bengal suited to their re- my dear duchess, how rejoiced I am subjected With nn outfit such as has quirements their first dwelling houses, to see you so very amiable of you at been mentioned from eighty to a hun- designed by themselves and built of this short notice! Pray, bury yurself dred tons (sixty to eighty cubic yardsi materials nt site, were naturally plan- In this armchair! Do you know, it wds 5 of broken stone per day may be ex- ned on the model of the Indian serv- n gift to me from tho Duchess of York, If the plant is kept in good ice tents to which they were accu- who was a very kind friend of mine; pected . . , Such an output Is usually stomedthat Is. a large and lofty room but poor thing, she Is now no more.' condition satisfactory, since a single steam road surrounded by double walls of canvas Then, his eyes filling with tears, he roller will not often roll more than Inclosing space between them, with would sink into his chair, looking va- , this amount In a day. The crusher partitions nt two or more corners for cantly Into the Ore until Lord Alvan-leyLord Allen, the Duke.of Beaufort will take stones which measure up to bath or store rooms. or some other old friend was ushered 7 by 14 Inches In cross approximately It Is probably. Indeed, that In the Very section; larger stones require mauling beginning the tent Itself wns occasion- iu. At 10 the attendant announced the before they can be placed In the re- ally covered with the sun proof thatch carriage of each Invisible visitor, and this ghostly party would conclude." ceiving orlllce or bangla. The name and the thatch "In some places It may be found were all that were taken, and now London Graphic. more economical to have the stone the origin of ,the nnme Is forgotten Auction Selling In Japan. shipped In from some permanent crush- even by most Indians, who nccept the ing plant' than to purchase a crushing resonant, trisyllabic bungalow as the Sealed bids are used In auctioning outtlt. and It Is well to consider this Englishman's own name for his own property in Japan. There Is no shoutASSIGNEE'S SALE. ing. The auctioneer uunounces to fhe feature carefully. It should also bo peculiar house. audience that be has such and such stated that, while the first cost of tho The undersigned, as assignee of Wui. C. VV. B01ILER MARION WEATHERI10LT ,a piece of property for sale and In J. W. PATE road Is Important, the costs of future Preston, will on Friday, the 28th day of vites bids. Those who wish to bid maintenance must also be taken into NOTICE. write their bids nud names on slips of July, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. It is sometimes economical, account. Please do not ask us to send you the paper. The paper Is folded and placed in., and 5 o'clock p. ni., on the pretn even at a greater Initial cost, to import stone from a distance If thereby News without paying for it cash in ad- In a box. When the auctioneer sees ises of Wm, Preston, in Cloverport, no more bids coming he opens the box Ky., offer at Public Sale to the highest a more durable road may be had than vance. John D. Babbase. nnd sorts out the bids. The highest and best bidder, the stock of groceries, Is possible by the use of local stone. bid takes the property. It Is like a notions and fixtures, such as show "The crusher should be set up as bond sale no one knows what his cases, etc. Also one popcorn and pea nearly as practicable in the center of The Retort Courteous. neighbor bids. If a bidder is anxious the section to be built: but, since much James Russell Lowell was once a to get the property he will not put In nut roaster and one pair of computing water is needed for the boiler, for the guest at n banquet In London where scales. Said stock will be fold in par roller and for the watering cart, the he was expected to reply to a toast. a small offer. On the contrary, ho very likely bid nil the property Is cels, or as a whole, as may be determsite Is often governed by the location The speaker who preceded Mr. Lowell will worth. For this reason nn owner nev ined for 'he best interest of all interof the water supply. said many contemptuous things nbout "If possible the crusher should be the people of tho United States, avow- er puts up his property for auction ested. unless Cloverport, Ky. All sums under f'25, cash Jn hand. Jow enough so that a platform ing and repeating ngnln and again that Sun. ho wants to sell It. New York Sums nhove that amount will be on a bullt at tho level of the open they wero all braggarts. As Americredit of three months, the purchaser livrecclves the stone. This can minister nt tho court of St. A Famour Dresser. Splatfornff should' be sutllclently strong James Lowell could hardly overlook In his day the being required to execute bond with apJoachim Murat was to bear the weight of the carts loaded this speech, so us ho rose ho said dressed man in the world. Horn proved security, bearing interest from with stone for the crusher. With this smilingly: "I heartily agree with the best17G7 V. G. UABBAGE, In in a village near Cahors. t lie date. Driving, arrangement the Inrge stones may he gentleman who has just spoken. son of a day laborer, he was sent to n Assignee. dumped upon the platform and fed Americans do brag a great deal, nnd be into tho crusher without further lift- I don't if now where they got tho hab- Jesuit school to ran educated for the away. Joined the priesthood. He ing. Stops earache iu two minutes; tooth it, do you?" army, and sixteen years nfter he had "Tho workmen who set up the plant . become a lieutenant he was a field ache or pain of burn or scald in five Common should have had experience In this Big Mouthful. marshal, Duke of Cleve nud Berg, with minutes; hoarseness, oue hour; muscle-achj work. Much depends on the proper Lime "Yes," whispered the man who knows Napoleon's two hours; sore throat, twelve Caroline, ns his wife, . . alignment of the several parts, nnd everybody, "tho big chap over there nt and. finally,sister. grace of his broth hours Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, mon r !. c j j 1. by the on in many petty annoyances In operation tho third table Is a groat gormand. er-llaw. was created king of Naples. arch over pain,a will bo molded If the work Is done He's a mountain In the financial world, In all stations he paid the closest at properly In the first Instance. you know." tcntion to his attire and wore In batCurious Anticipations. "The steam road roller is now used "H'm!" commented tho quiet observ- tle gold embroidered nnd jeweled mil Many peculiar anticipations nave to so great an extent that n discussion er. "Instead of a mountain Ho looks forms which would have made him of Its advantages over tho horse roller to mo Hko a great gorge." Chicago conspicuous at n court function and been cited ugalust patent applications.' At one time a congressman took to Is unnecesnary. .Mncadara roads may. News. dressed himself ns for a reylew-whe. ui I i.ti I. .11 Til... .1 inni. inuniirnn . of course, ho built with rollers drawn he was led forth r:i:.v Boiling Alive. irBiA constituents. The by horses. They may also be built York Tribune. rr I . I .... l. i .1 . i . act opny of a lock fig-fwithout any rolling except by the I.'oeijs." showlnir the took place In Persia In 1S00. The wheels of moving vehicles. Hut expert fender was guilty of stealing stato Kate hi' ancient Thebes once has demonstrated that quicker "Li of years before Christ. The and better work can bo done with the revenues nnd was put Into n largo cal at tl after examining the lllus- steam roller and usually at a less cost dron of cold water, which was slowly "How. heated to tho boiling point, nis bones - JiVhwas shown him 9 A so called ten ton roller is sutllclentKM1.1...fmB- offlwrs. exclaimed that heby one "The 'J didn't ly heavy for country roads. .Most ot wero dhjrlbuted ns a warning among a cat nud who that fellow from Thebes tho promclal tnx collectors. tho culverts nnd many of tho bridges Ulll Icin belu t This is a cordial invitation tq YOU to bocomo a he certainly stole It from his conaro too weak to sustain with safety the , lug tho cat catching stituent. On another occasion nn apIncorrigible; goldtlsh."-H- lr Age' Hop plication fcr n patent was Hied for a heavier rollers. There are several ex of this institutiona bank that is under tho management of "Nobody wants to play bridge with the cellcnt makes of such rollers, which Mrs. Bean. Sho aid. (lower basket whose construction cornil the time." talks a banking force of tho highest integrity and efficiency. may bo had at prices ranging from S'J. responded 1n detnll with the Scrip"I suppose she's quiet when sho's Careful About Himself. 500 to $3.r.(K). tural descr'ptlou of the ark In which dummy?" Mail deposits aro solicited. Wo carry fuo and burglary Husband I nay. how many I's In bil- Moses wns placed In the bulrushes, "Since water Is nlwuys needed in "Quiet! Sho talks twice ns much." ious? Wife Out, of course. You told which, we nre told In the second chaprolling the mueadam n watering cart Clevelaud Plain Dealer. insurance and pay interest on time deposits. , me how to spell It yesterday when. I ter of Exodus, was an ark of bulor sprinkler should he provided. The writing. wns Husband Ah. but I'm rushes daubed with slime and pitch. road official cannot often afford to wait writing now. nnd that makes all the This Is nlso probably the first recordfor rain. Most of these carts are pro difference.-Lond- on Punch. ed Instance of n concrete vldcd with extremely broad tires, so Notice structure. adentlfle Americas. that the cart assists In consolidating THE FARMERS BANK, Encouraging. Ky. tho Btone instead of rutting It Many That resolutions of respect uro Tragedian -- My parents tried har.d to communities nre provided with one or alFor summer diarrhoea in children published at 5 cents per lino. keep me from becoming nu actor D. SHAW, more watering carta, so that it it often ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera unnecessary to purchaso a new one fur Please do not send obituaries to Comedian- -! congratulate them on their and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, road building. tho News without expecting to success, and a speedy cure is certain. For Bale "In macadam wort, as in all otbei pay. for tho publication of this we all bear with the by All Dealers. The hate which construction wort, there should be a most patleuee Is the bale of those who kind of matter. competent foreman or superintendent envy in charge." Now. All the Ft wis of the Air Dread tne THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Organized BRECKINRIDGE BANr OUR RECORD Business. : absolutely Place per cent Deposits Statement of Condition of at the The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Go, Hardinsburg, business June RESOURCES. Notes and Bills n Cash in Safe and Cash Items Cash in Other Banks Stocks and Bonds Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures Total ... $251,838.76 16,975.13 47,908.03 6,051.74 1,800.00 1,834.29 400.00 $326,807.95 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid in Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Dividend No. 42, per cent. $ 50,000.00 17,500.00 '3,294.31 Due Depositors 2,500.00 253,513.64 Total . $326,807.95 respectfully, M. H. BEARD, Cashier. Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS I Road, Bridge Work and House'iUoving Concreting, Pile Rock Work e, n Building Stone, and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, and Cement carried irk our write mr prices anyining line. Estimates on Application n t l. of'' ti Will You Join Us? x Hardinsburg, J. Cashier. us.-Cut- ton. Subscribe Right Be Sure to Read Our New Story t 1 p MATINEE TEA. Ttrry Presented With Medal Services to Dramatic Art. BY NEW M 11 II Hi 1 tin WARDED THEATER. I iW M c- -l n - oJ : m FURNITUR a' K.J. fa U ill It. II I H 1 l- 1 -i . try Told In Acceptance Speech "Queen of the Mimic World." p of Note at tho Performance. ery Lecture on tha Caisorole. iptitiv Klsa- -I linil tho Brent Bood luck witerday nfternooir to bo present nt be special mutineo given In honor of iiWtfti Kiien Terry, the treat Kmrllsli IHfetress, who has lately been In thin "discoursing," ns Bho iut3 It, lfcbour. Shakespeare's women." The New theater of New York city is the scene of I ho performance. yon know, this thenter, which In n new merely In nnine, hnvlng been (shed several years ngo, stands for that Is Inchest, and bast In Atuorl- Mi dramatic nit. It was founded by score or so of New York's wonlthlost lmd most distinguished citizens nud Modeled upon the Conicdle Frunealse At the end of Maeterlinck's wonderful miracle piny, "Sister In which lidlth Wynne II 3 lgF A ROOMFUL OF GOOD : ONLY 1 I .1 1 ti $2 V MM M H tB VjU1 f our great store is TO-DA- cash buys this set of fine solid oak mission style library or living room furniture; and you can pay balance ns it suits your convenience. The whole net, large rocker, arm chnir, reception chair and handsome library tabic. Uvery piece is full size and exactly a9 pictured. Best grade of chase leather is used in the upholstering of the chairs nnd rocker. The springs are oil tempered nnd sag proof. The rocker is easily worth $13.75 II It " IMG 4-Passe- f 7.50; the arm' chair f 7.00; the table $6.50, and the small chair fj.oo f 25.00 in nil. Just think of the value when you can get four pieces for $13.75; only J2 cash and you can pay balance at your convenience. nil full of values like this im CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. ivith us; no matter where you live; nnd we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fair we nre and how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with cusnud tell us just tomers who come right into our stores. WRITE US Refrigwhat you would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages r erators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums or IMattings; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can make, and the easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anvthing that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the MONEY REFUNDED. Cut out nnd fill in the COUPON in this ad. and ninil IT TO US Go-cartTO-DA- Order One of Our Lawn Swings, only . . . $3.98 5 COUPON. BENSINGER OUTFITTING CO., ffl. lien-Mee- ,' Mathl-rffrbver- y Wflpyed the character of the errliiB &ter, an exquisite gold medal was presented by the founders of the New I waiter to Miss Terry In recognition Cthcr many years of service to drn- - beautifully and artistically YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Louisville, Ky. I clip this Coupon from tlie I) BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT. NEWS, KY. Mtlc nrt. But I must begin at tho very begin- ag of this wouderful afternoon and i WE PAY THE FREIGHT and would like lo have full particulars ni to ' i " II J " . ... ,, tm Name LOUISVILLE, KY. where tewcr rinu rules obtnln. Happi ness is something that cannot bo measured or weighed. In the humble opinion of MA15KL. New York. r.o. Freight Office proved a charming foil for her own spiritual loveliness. You know how interested I nlwnys have been In Eleanor Itobsnn, and you - AVvi vev remember that wo saw her together nt her fnrewell performance, the "Dawn of n Tomorrow." Well, after looking and looking around the house I Mrs. August Uelmont, the erstwhile Elrnnor of stage fame, sitting In her husband's box, smiling and beautiful ns of yore. The possession of millions does not seem to have affected her node of dressing In the D WINTER HAT OP SILK AND LACE FOR least, for she was simply gowned In u SMAIiT. GIHL. dark given corduroy coat and skirt suit you or might have worn, topped 11 you all about what happened. to our regret, Margaret L. and with a big picture hat of black velvet of black f got to tho theater rather late. trimmed with a butterfly bowgorgeous. Tier furs were jid expected to have great fun mallnes. ing tlio celebrities talte tuelr She's charming, and do you know her s In tho playhouse. To make up hair Is tpilli white, but her face Is lost tlrau wo began rubbering very youthfuj looking. My dear, to tell lorgnettes the Instant wo you all the names of people occupying Iwough our our hats, nnd the first person boxes would read like a page from tho re spied In the center box was the social register, and I'll spare you. Beatrice When ir Ellen herself. She was chatting had come tho life of Sister end there dramatically to an lly with a party of friends and Miss was a wait of a few minutes. Iasucccssfully trying to hide from the Terry ai;d her bun h of posies meanan enormous bunch while hr.d t;isuit'tcuvtl from the box. I! pinkish white Ionnull !.iJ..-.v--U- III 1 only to 1)0 discovered, when the curtain ngaln rolled up, seated in n throne chair In the center of the stage. On either side of her were seated the members of the New theater company and the founders of this dramatic Institution. The applause was deafening,' nnd nfter It had subsided I'aijl D. Cravath, on behalf of the founders, made a short speech, explaining the meaning of the medal. During this speech Miss Terry wriggled she sure cnoilgh did-an- d squirmed hi her high backed chair much ns a naughty small boy does when he Is being talked lo by father "for his own good." At other times her emotion almost got the better of Ler, and again I felt she would say, If she bad been the American boy of my Imagination, "Oh, say, cut It out!" I hope Ellen will never know I said this. We sat in the fourth row In the orchestra, and when Mr. Cravath referied to her as the "queen of the mlmle world" she protesting! bodded her head, saying, "No. no." Her speech of acceptance was very characteristic. She roe and stood, a regal llgure with black crape draperies about her, some delightful old ereumy lace nt her throat, mound which hei'dx. wllh r.ne har.d on the tlin-Minlr, r"d lu n hoarse vo!"o lie been nufferlnj! from 11 severe eold tnl . Mils story ".V runu oiuv houeht a jmrrot fn whhii he rn'd much money. After taking the bird hoiuo he found It could not talk. Ho took the parrot back 10 the man, explaluluK the situation. 'Talk!' said the man. 'I know that It can't talk, hut It Is 11 devil to think.' " Miss Terry said that Hhe was In the position of poor Poll. She couldn't talk, but sho was a devil to think. She ended the little speech with this quotation from Shakespeare: "I were but little happy If I could say how much." And. hiking the medal in her hands and pressing It to her heart, a beautiful smile spreading over her face, she bowed to the stage people and the audience, saylnir. "I am very, very happy 'and as pleased as , TIPPING IN FRANCE. NOTICE We challenga any kid ball team for a series of th,ree or live fames; Our players are all under I5 years of age and this is the only restriction we place on opposing teams. Wo will treat all visitors nice, and will play any team within the age limit. Cor respond with the undersigned. Marion Weatherholt, Myrr. 'Kid Ball Team," Cioverport, Ky. Never leave home 011 a journty without h bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed nud cannot be obtained when 011 board the cars or steHOisUipo. I?or sale by All Dealers. If One Doesn't Pay Up, Then Life Is Made a Burden. Why do we pay pourbolres In franco? Simply because If we didn't ife wouldn't be worth living. Here Piuic-h.- " was a slnrle Mhp nt rln!- - rny" PERPETRATED BY WAIT Ac DOUGALL THE NEW GINK & BOOB JURY 0. fll Georoe M -- Govern . Ird Polntdexter, Elsie UmTwitt . Ivan Barbarich. rmrtn Hopwell Iiorol I he who rxurued The InvenTor ol The who wrole When Inventor of artific ial tripe and. fords wliieh sli celebrated SDQSm. boneless corset, tlie Mock Turtle , 14 u I "LI ,( J I 1. r'U. .. experl on Humor 1 111 V 1 1 Baron de Exsima, composer 01 SopKie Husk. rdgtime hymns and pdleniee ol the noiseless violin. l mm, buttoning waist. r InvenTor Sullrddisl and 01 the sen eel a 1 rlM AULA the 'rv 11 T-icKle irusi . HiramV Berry liumorist ana ' promoter of The orchestra then played "America." and wo all patriotically stood during the rendition of the music. I am saving the best for the last the "tea" given to Miss Terry In the Here'3 a Smart Waist. rehearsal room of tho theater, which This very smart and new waist Is was transformed for the occasion into piactlcal of the spring n palm garden and set with number- sue of the most less small tables, at which the gliosis sat and devoured all kinds of afternoon "eats." Tea and coffee were dispensed by noted actresses. Itose Cogh-Iagave mu my cup. During the tea Miss Terry held court at one end of the room, and she had a cordial grasp of the hand and a word or two for My. but I'm every one. presented. glad I got a handshake! Just before 1 went up to her she had been talking with Mrs. Charles Dana (ilbson, the original of her husband's famous Gibson girl, nnd the real woman Is lovelier thnn tho pictured ono. A stunning black gown and black hat covered with pale gray ostrich feathers heightened her blond beauty. "With Mrs. Gibson was her daughter, a girl ot perhaps fifteen, Sprains require careful treatment. whoso great regret Is said to bo that Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's sho "will never be beautiful like mothLiniment freely It will remove the er." I must stop gossiping, but let Horeness and quick iv reslote tbe pa'ts me sny that the fascinating Julie Opp In a healthy condition, l'or h1c by All Is just as attractive now that she Is Dealers. Mrs. Faversham. lloth she and her husband were at the tea. Indeed, all CLOTHES AND THE WOMAN. the artistic, dramatic and social world n is what happetis to the man who gives no tip to the waiter: After a cognac and he summoned the garcon and gave him the exact price of his consummation. Then he rose to go. but before he had time to leave the cafe tho waiter tripped over a stool and emptied 011 to the nontlpper's handsome fur coat a glass of sticky sirup which he was carrying to another customer. The clumsy waiter begged a thousand pardons nnd immediately made things worse by seizing n greasy cloth and rubbing the slrupy substance into the coat. Suppose a tenant does not tip his concierge. What Is the result? Thls-th- at he or she brings up t lib letters at all hours except when they nrrlve; that callers are told you are not at home when as a matter of fact you are waiting for them. If you grease the porter's hand from time to time there will never be any dilllculty In allowing the tradesman to go up to your flat. Rut as soon ns the tips nre stopped a host of Irritating regulations you never heard of will be enforced to prevent 'he grocer's nnd the batch--er'- s aklng up your orders, and Iki.vs everything will be done to make your life a burden. Your servants mny go out every night In t'je week and all night, but If they tiji ilu concierge with your own coal or wine you will never know It. When It Is not tho concierge or the servants that make your existence unbearable It Is the blanclilsscnsp. who brings home collars that don't belong to you. somebody else's pajamns nnd ragged edged handkerchiefs. But I ho Hp makes nil these annoyances vanish. London Globe. wmMBIIIk dsto.be danoerous - hatter Dtiblic health .we have selected dnother bunch ot hiohbrows to whom the wholewill be referred . These are all live ones and at Ihelr hands this marvelous comic hries will receive proper consida-anon- . Meanwhile, donT look at any other comic stuff f me Orioinal Jurv havlna reoorted Gink mid Booh to be sofunnv WHITE LIES. ( YOU OONT LOOK A DAY OLDER! WHY has one man all the bless inos of Life dnd dnother hdS PUZZLE OUB WARTIME RELIC tolive in Pittsburg ?. THE OUTLET for the first correct answer. offers an automobile --1 r- - r BiSjuraeiiea with like Clarence, ! V'rTOTELL or Muriel near-gre- at 1 ; jy I YOUR SIGN'S rC Photo, of Miss Sarah Bitfe. who wrote the poetry that mauutiiea coin armies and reconciled soldiers. To dying on any old field. t hme 1 )me but nove stamina to rise under burrWi dnd sue- - In fiOltTlcS irilhi or bus - object on tjie nori2on ana when his back is turned soak him nnlhe bean wnhl a baseball bat.Thjs tredH mem never laiis ii you. 1 a wasp eaters the hpase direct his alrentionto an To destrov wdSDS.When ANSWERS. are quick enough . H vou liavji't the time to exercise regularly, Doan's Reulets will prevent 11 .about. Tho only leclpe I dirt manage constipation. They induce a mild, easy !to capture was one for hrussels sprouts, healthful action of the bowela without which she said were delicious done en griping. Ask your druggist for them. casserolo In a Jlttlo stock and cooked 2.) cents. for 0110 hour. Tho unglnzed casserole was recommended for use us more Braid Edging. substantial and cheaper than the Fine lace braid, almost transparent glazed variety. And, by tho way, the in Its delicacy, can he used very eflecturer explained tho reason of enamel fectively as edging for table linens of ware crucklug so easily. It seems that tho lighter sort dollies, tray cloths, tho component parts of this ware are bread dish covers, etc. glass, on which Is welded a coating of The braid is sowed Into leaves am steel. Now, you can easily understand flower petals and studied around that when a vessel containing hot heavy linen. For a larger piece a liquids Is suddenly subjected to a good effect Is gained by using four stream of cold water from tho spigot small squares of tho linen and formcracking Is goluii to bo the result of ing them Into 11 Maltese cross by braid this contraction nud expansion process. loops between tho squares. Do you know, I think domestic scl This same braid can bo used nlso to enco can bo carried too far. I think advnutago in braid crochet as a border homes conducted on strictly scientific to heavier pieces and in appllqued do lines, with too much importance given signs, like coronation braid, on center-placeto food chemistry nnd faddish cookery with thernio meters everywhere, with NOTICE odd shapibiitciisllBiiUili .the nor mal womanKtiSiiiHitfiJuec) Please do not ask us to publish card do not iui(' gf thanks, rwolutloas or obituarist, free s. was there. Here's a fall, my dear girl. I'm go Iiik to take a sudden drop from dramatic heights to culinary depths. You nsked for tho casserole recipes given at the cooking lecturo last week. As a matter of fact, the talk was scheduled "A Talk on the Casserole." but tho lecturer for some unknown reason talked most of the time about flreless pin cookers, a subject I don't care OP STItU'KD striped silk, with trimmings of plain blue and small salln covered buttons. models. iii.uk anu wiutk silk. It is made of blue and white Glimpse of Feminine Human Nature In Colonial Days. That woman nature was much the same In colonial days Is witnessed by the following from the diary of Miss Whislow of Huston lu "Coloulal Holidays:" "I was dressed In my yellow coat, my black bib & apron, my pompe-dor- e shoes, the cap my Aunt Storer sometime since presented me with (blue ribbons on Itl & n very handsome loket In the shape of a hart she yave me the past pin iny Hon'd Papa presented me with lu my cap. my new cloak & bonnet on. my pompedoro gloves, etc.. eic. And would tell you that for the first time they all liked my dress very much. My cloak nud bon-nc- tt nre really very handsome. & so they had need be. For they cost an umaslng sight of money, not quite 15 tho' Aunt Sukey said that she supposed Aunt Deinlng would bo frightened out of her wits at the money it cost. "I had my Heddus roll on. Aunt Stor-c- r Bald It ought to be made less, Aunt Deinlng snid It ought not to be made ut all. It makes my head Itch & ach & bum like anything Mamma. This famous roll is not made wholly of a red Cow Tall, but Is a mixture of that & horsehair (very coursei & a little human balr of yellow hue, but I suppose that was taken out of the back part of an old wig." Christian Science A 1 , i 4 k 1 historv to make good no lot sale rfor improvement club has ever offered nnv ONE MAN WILL thing that equiils it. With f.vo evange JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING CO. lists, Rev. Walt Holcomb and Rev. Mr. Trendway, and 'he home ministers, Issued Every Wednesday. R. S. Adair, C R. Shepherd. L. K May and R. H. Morefield, every man woman ind child in and around the For Pike From Irvington To Cus little city can get a clear understand ter Preparations "Being ing of the old, old story. The music in splendid with Mrs. Nora Board leading. Made For Good Roads Con CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911 Mis. Wimp and Mrs. I'iggott plunolMs.. vention Next Month Fifty singers are in the choir. The mo.st impressive part ot the ser Subscrintion Price Sl.00 a year in advance. vice Friday night was to see the Inrge N SPEAKERS BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, nnd 5 cents for each ad number of men interested, asking others to take the step on the right side. uitional insertion. IrvliiRton. ICy.. July Sopeclnl) charged for at the rate of Fifteen men men with strong minds CARDS OF THANKS over five lines As wo stand y just within and brave hearts responded- at this 10 cents per lino. service and word conies that thirty men the doorway of this twentieth OTUTITATf TRS Minrrr-- fl for nt the rate of 5 cents per line, money were converted Sunday afternoon The century wo hud now demands railroad men, the farmers and the old made upon our stalwart men, high in advance. citizens, the young men and the .bust or standards raided, and ho who Examine the Ihbcl on your paper. If it is not correct plea ness men are attending regularly. wishes to see miuccss must meet notify us. A unique feature of the services are these demands or else stand aside "the puddingpans" handed at every the J. Nardinsburr,tclls us that the Key. .T.W. Hughes service by D. following: Sam B. Hern- - nnd give place to tho other man Amos Board, of don, A. Dowell, I'ulliam, Tho farmer who saya ho will in the county from Jvincswood to Robert Bell, C. S. Nenfus and W. is building one of the best roads J. give oOO. toward constructing tho Ilarned. He said ho is making tho road forty feet wide, cutting out Piggott. Tha meeting will cost Irv tho tree?, stumps and rocks; rounding it up in tho middle with a good ington ifsOJ, which is less than a dullar pike from Irv.iugton to Custer and ono has said it and is ready to grade and ditches to clear tho wntcr, with metal in the center a per from each inhabitant. fect road in every way. Brother Hughes is suporintending the work The tent is pitched on the lot belong make good tho promise, is a man himself, and with tho help of his neighbors he expects to have a re ing to E. H. Ashcraft & Brother, and up to tho standard. IIo it is, who is a very convenient place. Its seating laving stood a tip too on tho Good for Brother TCinrrswood to Ilarned. capacity is 800 and nearly every night leightg and looking down tho Hughes. IIo has said from tho beginning that ho intended to have a it i3 filled. The tent is vistas of tho coming years, has ho had to do the work him good road from his place to tho station if The happiest persons attending the self. Brother Hughes is not only a good roads man but a good school meetings are the mothers whose sons seen with tho construction of this man, a lino teacher, an honest preacher and a high class man in oven and daughters are with them. Tis a modern roadway, tho value of his way. Ho has done a splendid work: for Kingswood and the surround sweet sight to see them together.Hsten-in- g farm doubled, the ease with which with ing ponimimitv. Tho News wishes him continued success in all his that whicheagerness and taking hold of 10 get-- t his farm products to is free to all. market makes living ton miles undertakings. There is nothing so wonderful in this rom town a pleasure, yea, ho has wide, wide world us God's love. Those The barbecue given by tho A. V. of A. at Bandy's Grove near who know it not are poor indeed. Irv- seen tho town man made truly to Webster last Saturday, was in every way a success. Tho manage- ington, not unlike other towns, needs yearn for his meadow lands, his ment deservrs special praise for tho way it was conducted. Tho the old fashioned, plain everyday gospel. waving corn tields, his tields of spring nearby, a Cloverport nor Hardinsburg and no golden grain, his babbling brook grove is shady and bertutiful with a never-failin- g other place can get so much of that running brook and a lovers' retreat which made it an ideal place for a no more is needed. May theit camp in which stands under tho shado day's pleasure for young and old. A string band furnished excellent meeting be refreshing and a permanent sleek cattlo waiting tho timo when music. Refreshments were plenty, a good dinner and ice water blessing to Irvington. If there is a this autocrat of tho farm shall furnished all day for the crowd of handsome men, women and child- man, a boy or a girl, who leaves pronounce them ready for market. without answering the call Men of this Fourth Magesterial ren. The Woodmen intend to have a special occasion .like this an the old tentWise-Lovof the All may they hear nually for the enjoyment of their families and friends. Conveyances again in the still hours of the night, District, this pike is-- no myth, no met each train to take the people to the grounds without charge. that pleading, gentle voice and answer fable; it is going to be built on the plan. Already before tii too late! THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS, m M $500.00 I EIGHT PAGES. ra 3f OUT-OF-TOW- to-da- 3 HAVE PEACE OF IVUND Burglars easily "SPOT" the house In which much money is kept. No one can keep a large sum in the house without being "too careful" ambl showing it. Once a hourc is "Spotted" your are in danger of losing boffin your money and YOJR LIFE. The one safe place to keep your money is in the BANK. Wc offer you the service and safety of our bank. well-lighte- Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay 3$ interest on Time Deposits. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO,, ;: Hardinsburg, Ky. J. C. CRUTCHER'S SUMMER TOUR Grand Tour to The NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA 1. 1911 Louis- - The Democratic State Central Committee met in Louisville JSt Veek' ami cal'led" a delegate cGnVehti6n for August lo, to draft a State platform. Delegates are to be selected in mass conventions held in every county. Rufus II. Vahsantj of Ashland, wfiB named as chairman of the campaign committee, and .Judge Jcre A. Sullivan, of Many prominent DemoRichmond, was named as crats from all over'the state were present full of enthusiasm for the ticket. vice-chairma- Talking about base-bagames, said we are hearing from farmers along eavln Tucker, Monday, "One of my' the way pledging to give money boy friends laughed so hard at his and furnish help and teams for mother when she was saying something from one to three days. about the game the other day that it Come to tho good roads conven msde his heaa hurt and I laughed all way home'. Most mothers are for tion at Irvington August 12 pre the base ball every day except Sunday, but pared to say how much money jTou for some reason this mother is com- will give, how many days you will pletely turned against it. Her son is furnish a man, wagon and team. devoted to her, but he and Beavin had Jas. S. Tinius, of Holt, came home from Ilardinsburg Monday a big laugh when she said: ''My boy, Farmers, doctors, lawyers, minis very happy. After working and pleading for more than two years, if I could, I would burn up all the balls ters, merchants, and men from he got the court's permission to go ahead with tho bridges between and ballots." The boys have been every waiK ot me; bo it numirfe Clovcrport and Holt that have been out of commission for all this teasing the mother for calling a bat a or what not arouse your neighbors' time. Some of the largest in the county live in Holt's ballot, but she has such a good disposi- interest them in this movement and tion and loves her boy so, she doesn'j Bottom, and why they have been kept out of a road for over two mind. now that tho light is on lav not t years is hard to understand. aown your weapon until wo see ooo ll tax-payers I TORONTO iTuesdaLV. August pUlU villc; hotel hills, street car fare, automobile rides, steamer faro, tickets for all sido trips named in tho itinerai) in fact all necessary expenses from the time we leave Louisville until we return to Louisville, except sleeper and meals on train. Two days ana nights at the Falls and one day in Toronto, Canada. If interested write me for literature on abovo tour. HO irt3's your round trip railroad faro from , tho completion of this grand high Notice To Toblnsport. Dr. J. II. Hart, of McDaniels, was at tho barbecue at Bandy's way. Prominent 'men throughout A Tobinsport Fan had an annony Grove Saturday. He saj s ho is not a candidate , for tho Legislature mous letter in the Cannelton Telephone our state, men who have in their and that he only needs ono vote now to make him happy. addressed to my father on the subject own section been promoters of of our not publishing all the Sunday such movements as ours, will bo What do you think of this weather for July? All our base-bagames. The report of the here to address the 'Convention. were drooped to the ground yesterday morning as though Jack Sunday game recently published in the Como and hear them toll how it News was done so during mji absence. Frost had brushed them in the niyrht. Now, boys, if you want to make any may be done. Mr. A. M. Giltner, criticisms about the News not publish- 'Eminence, Ky., is one of our in ing Sunday games, make them to vited guests. Como and hear his Louise. Come over and fight them out. experience. Mr. K. El Woods, I.lTTIiK STOItlKS WWTTEN the I can turn the other cheek. If you get Louisville Post Master expects to too rough, I will call Chad, Paul and Mr. Weatherholt. They are the biggest come down for tho Convention to 11V LOL'ISK fellows around here. If the Tobinspoit join heart and hand with tho cit team or any other team will send us re- izens of his native County in their ports of games, played any day except etfort to reach this lusher Stand tfmes are going on ut the buuy railroad Sunday, plainly written with name ard. At 1 he Camp fleeting;. signed, I will see that they are publishThere will bo a bountiful dinner Friday night we went to the camp center. But like everything else that's ed. served, plenty of ico water, good meeting at Irvington. So much has good, the best always comes last. music, fine speeches and plcnt' of ooo Three services are being held under been well written in ndvance of this Felt hats are the latest rage for girls good cneor. uo not lau to bo on meeting by our correspondent, Miss the tent daily, besides cottage prayer hand every one within ton miles Eva McGlothlan, that our readers al- meetings every afternoon. Irvington and women. They are made in white of this proposed routo. pink, blue, gray and other sh?des. Oh, ready must hive an idea what good has now the best opportunity in her i touch-me-nots ll .ill J. C. CRUTCH ER, R. R. Agent :: :: :: Breckenridge lounfy WEBSTER, KY. Grayson m County Fair Leitohfield, Ky. While The Press Thvinders AUG. 15, 16, 17, 18, 1911 i Bigger and Better than ever More Races and More Premiums than any fair in this section. Balloon ascension each day. Many improveOil Roads and Dustless ments to grounds and track Fair For Catalog Address you pink bonnet! A Cloverport home "Do-Drop-I- n". ooo Many Happy Returns has named her Dear Mr.Babbage: In a recent Issue of the News Louise 6ays you are to have a birthday soon, and indicates that you have had a' good many of them. They come pretty close to gether these days, a good deal closer than they did when we were younger. I wish you many happy returns of the day, but I do. wish the newspapers could tell us how to keep them further apart. If we cannot prevent the years from passing over us, we may at least make good use of them as they go, and possibly keep up with the spirit ot tno age so that we will not grow cross with the world as we grow old. I have read the announcement of the great uaroecue Aug. 10. I do not know that I ever got as much enjoyment out of anything as I did out of the Masons Barbecue last year, I do not suppose it will be possible for me to attend this year, though I would sacrifice a good deal to do it. Last year I met a numberof boyhood friends whom I had not seen for nearly forty years. There were the Burdetts,John sons, and the Beavlns, many of them IJiad not seen for years. I would like to see the Beavin brothers run the fat girl orally nil! r H Been Putting it Off? lIt.' ' nl.oxa.r. ..iwaiirt FIM..-....- tlJL,K.!i 1 H. H. WILLIS, Ass't. Secretary m if .1 is no time like NOW, especially so 'if you are ever going to save. Open up tho account. Start it with a couplo of dollars and you will become a steady All the good qualities of Ely's Cream Balm, solid, are found In Liquid Cream Balm, which is intended for use in atomizers. That it is a wonderful remedy for Nasal Catarrh Is proved by an mass of testimony. It does not dry out nor rasp the tender It allays the infiamation and goes straight to the root of the disease. Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks. All druggists, 78c, lnclud- ing spraying tube, or mailed by Ely Bros., .16 Warren Street, New York. ever-increasi- SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription to fri 'iff pItZD f Cloverport, Kyi, From now until after the November Election. depositor. 5 Liberal Interest Pnld. "Undo Uastus, I thought they had sent you to Jail again 011 tho usual charge." "No, sub: I'a vindicated dls time. Do Jedge couldn't qulto ruako up his mind, nu' bo turned tno looso an' said I mustn't do It agaIn."-ChIcTribago His Complete Triumph. The Breckenridge News, man's race aaln. I see that Mrs. D. R. Murray and hor daughter are nt Cloverport. I enjoyed true Kentucky hospitality at their home In Indianap olis last winter. I could tell it was a Breckinridge county home as soon as I smelt the ham, cooking, They do not produce such hams In any other relgon. I hope John Jennings and his wife will live long and prosper, so that when I do return I will find the old . :: i V of Cloverport, I iBankCloverport, Ky. I I I. une. An Uphill Job. you wish you could live your life over again? Fogg Well, I should say notl I've got a twenty year endowment policy maturing this month. Boston TrauserlpU FIgg-Don't ' home well kept and with the string on the outside. I love th town and all the surrounding hlH wish through you toexpraw inytk for all the courtesies I received! year, and my sincere regrt tbt not to see the old sod this ycai trie barbecue be a fin new. you and all the old friends ifji and happiness. Slscersly yours, Bates, Yest Liberty; Ohio. 1 A Rellabla Remedy FOR A fine son has gladdened the home of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Noble,of Breck- CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm Gives Relief inridge Addition. Prof. Rufm McCoy has returned home from Bowline Green where he tins UCCIl 111 I es Personal Notes and News O'Reilly Entertain For Items-Miss- . W vvaats. For Sale HA I.K-- A ft When You Go Traveling We Have a Nice Line for Your Selection F. A. Jarboc and son, Celestlne, rc It cleanses, soothes, turned Monday from n visit to relatives heals nnd protects at Evansville, Ind. tbe alsensed mem- Mrs. Ella Jotdnn wns called ta Chen-nul- t brano resulting from Gatnrrh and tlrtvM away aColil In tlielloiul quickly. Ilestorcs Saturday on account of the critical tho Senses of Taste nnd Hinell. Full slzo Illness of her mother. 60 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid Lost A Chain and Locket with initOream Balm for use In atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, CO Warren Streut, Now York. ial M. N. M. Return to Clyde Mor THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE It quickly absorbed. al Once. bUJUHV. Miss Smith. Misses Mary and Annie O'Reilly entertained at their home Thursday evening from eight until eleven o'clock in honorof their vhitor, Miss Maud Smith, of Glen Dean. Games were played until a late hour after which ice cream and cane were served. The following were the Invited guests: MJsses Agnes McOill, Lillian Hook, Mary and Maggie Kennedy and Maud Smith; Messrs Cleve Ilendrlck, Wm. Hoben, John and Herbert McGary, Lee Hook, Preston Jarboe, Frank Kennedy, Montgomery and Curtain. Mrs. Henry Trent, of Louisville, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls. B.M. and Ernest DeJarnettc, of were In town Thursday. Mrs. Lucretia Hensley has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.W.A. McElwalne, Bloomfield, Mo., and son, Wilbur Hensley, Stanley, Ky. Mr. Gross Williams, of Chicago, is the guest of relatives. Supt. Andrew Driskell has returned from San Francisco where he went to Mc-Quad- Unit 500 hom-- i line fertile land loomed In IUk fprlDR Vulliyj 11 part or UicHi'iiO Clarkaon farm, immti liv Mm. J'. It. Kemper and Mrs. A. M. llnrclawHy, of Mlnot, .S. I) Will sell ns n whole or In two part. Trr-n- rcnwnabliM for further or luldns-- . IIKN C. Cf.AItK ON, lilirfiirlnir, Ky. COR s For Sale Traction Engines. One In II crick iind ono 10 It I'. Guar. Scott. Ilotli engines In good condition, and will be old nt FOU HALE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHY GENERAL OFFICES N t LL TMIT PPINCIPAL CITIES Tohe Breckenridgo News. 26, 1911 , rlson and receive reward. Miss Hazel Holder left yesterday for a visit of several days in Henderson with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tatum. Mrs. Jordan Davis and MJsses Ruth and Virginia Davis, of Louisvilla, are guests at the home of Judge Waggoner. Misses Anna Mabel and Sevola Kramer, and Addis Kramer, are visiting tholr uncle, Chus. Ahl, In Casey vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Squires returned Monday from a visit to her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Cap. Garner iur DNcoti n easy tcrron. Tlmrnai, IIhwchvIIIu, Ky. AdilrtM flmma For Sale COIt PALK A 15 horo power stationery 1 dm Ktmlnoi Watklns mike In eood repair. llreckriirldRO News, O.oterport, Ky. For Sale Mortgages and nil kinds COIt SALR-De- os, of blanks. Hrrckenrlrige Nuwc, Cloverport, ICy. For Sale WEDNESDAY, JULY RTEJ FOR POLITICAL Scholarship In ANNOUNCEMENTS University, good In any (le of that University. Hreckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. , art-mc- Foil SALK-Pcliola- nlilp tho Howling TRUNKS, BAGS, SUIT CASES, TELESCOPES, VALISES, COMB AND BRUSH SETS COLLAR AND CUFF SETS, SOAP BOXES, Etc. Get Them Early! near Basin Springs. Walter B. Oelze was here last week $ 2.C0 ForTrecinct and city Offices to visit his mother, Mrs. Mary B. $5.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 Oelze. he is in the photographer's For State and District Offices 10 business in Cincinnati. For Calls, per line 10 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton,of HardFor Cards, per line insburg', have returned from Dallas, For All Publications in tbe interTertas. Mr. Cotnpton says everything est of individuals or expression 10 is burning up in testis. of individual views per line Miss Jeonle Mabel Harris, of LouisDEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET ville, was the guest of honor at a tea given yesterday afternoon by Miss Martha Willis from 3 till 5 o'clock. For United States Senator, C. Brabandt, photographer, will be OLLIE M. JAMES, at Irvlngton Friday and Saturday this of Crittenden. week. This will be Mr. Brabandt's For Governor, last trip during the summer months. JAMES B. McCREARY, Mrs. Herbert Beard, Mrs. Roscoe of Madison. Severs and little Miss Mary LaRue For Lieutenant Governor, Beard were here from Hardinsburg E. J. McDERMOTT, of Louisville. last week visiting Mrs. Forrest Light-foo- t. For State Treasurer, THOMAS G. RHEA, Lost Between Cloverport (R. R. st.) of Logan. and John M. Beavln farm.a grey stripAuditor, For ed, satin 'trimmed, french serge coat HENRY M. BOSWORTH, shawl. Collar light grey satin lined. of Fayette. Return to News office and receive re For Attorney General, ' ward. GARNETT, JAMES -- Toilet Articles, Face Powder, attend the National Teachers Assocla tion. Will Tucker Jolly has returned from a visit to Owensboro. Miss Maud Smith, of Glen Dean, has returned home after a visit to the Misses Talcum Powder, I J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Statement of 3nd Creams O'Reilly. Mrs. Lucy Hughes has returned from a visit to Ljoulsvllle. Miss Rosa Lou Ditto has returned home from Bowling Green where she has been attendlffg school. Miss Emma Lou Moorman, AT COST GIBSON & SON FARMERS BANK Hardinsburg, Ky. At the close of business June 30, .$80,242 40 Hills discounted 3,280 00 Stocks and Bonds Cash and due from 12,504 23 Banks 434 55 Real Estate Banking house and lot 1,000 00 1911 the Condition of the of Glen Dean, is assisting deputy Sheriff, Arthur Beard in the office. Jess Walls is teaching at Kirk and boards with his father. Resources of Adair. For Secretary of State, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public C. F. CRECELIUS, In- struction, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. W. NEWMAN, , of Woodford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENE, of Frauklin. LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs. Sam Bishop was in Louisville last week. Miss Eloise Nolte has returned home from Louisville. Miss Margaret Wroe has returned from Flemingsburg. Leon Weatherholt, of Tar Fork, was in the city Monday. Miss Susette Sawyer is visiting re latives near Hawesvllle. Mrs. James Cordrey returned home from Louisville Monday night. Miss Cecil Foote, of Owensboro, Is the guest of Mrs. Virgil Babbage. Wanted 35 fat sheep and 2 beef cattle for Masonic Barbecue. H. L. Stader. Wilbur Hamman.of Marysville,Tenn. is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mike v ren, Hobert and Elsie, visited friends Miss Eliza Stith graduated at Bowand relatives at Garfield last week. ling Green last week. She holds a life -Willis and Lawrence Chappell were certificate, and will teach in a graded in Brendenburg last wrek. school in Bowling Green next year. Mrt.. Dan Duncan and lovely little Miss Agnes McGlll has returned to Misses Mattie and Sue Black, of Ad daughter, Eunice, of Louisville.arrived her home in Louisville. dison, and Miss Lucy Hall, of Clover at Hardin Grove, Ind. Sunday evening Earl Smith is visiting relatives in port, spent Saturday night at C. L. for a visit to her parents. They were Avitt's. Louisville. accompanied by Miss Eunice Wheeler. Pole Chappell and sister were in Irv- to ac Arthur Haswell left Sunday Mrs.. George Wolf, of Louisville, and cept a position In Atlanta. Ga. ington Friday. Mrs. Morris Beard, of Hardinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jno.D. Shaw spent Sat were guests of Mrs. Fred Ferry last and Mrs. Clete Norton, who have been week. The three will leave the nrst urday in Louisville. in Colorado for several months, are Jesse Lee Winebrinner left for his here. of August to visit Mrs.Aud in Virginia. Miss Mary Franklin Beard, of Har- home in Louisville, Saturday. James Avitt, Cormardsville, Ind., is dinsburg, will go with them to visit Miss Ella Ahl spent a few days in visiting his father, L. G Avitt. Miss Louise Aud. Louisville last week. Several from here attended the all Misses Nelson have returned to their Here From Oklahoma home in Illinois, after a pleasant visit day services at Walnut Grove Sunday and heard two very interestingsermons to their cousin, Mr. Clayton Beard. delivered by the pastor, Rev Gatlin If you want to save money in buying Quite a number from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts and baby have arrived herefrom Oklahoma Jewelry, call on T, C. Lewis, the old re there, among them was our genial to visit her father, Mr. John M.Beavin. liable jeweler. editor, Mr. J. D. Babbage, hand shak Mr. Roberts has been in Western Miss Addie K. Eskridge has returned ing with his many friends. Oklahoma for seven years and says home from Bowling Green where she Mr. nnd Mrs. Ezra Lonman brought that State lays Kentucky and his nat has been sttending school. their six months old baby from Colorado ive State, Missouri, in the shade. Mesdames M.H. Beard and Geo. Wolf and buried it here last Friday evening. They will spend the summer here. have returned irom a visit to Clover-por- t. They have the sympathy of the entire community. Announcement Lonnie Pollock, of this place, and Miss Elizabeth Baxter was Miss Hettie Sutton, of Hardinsbuig, in toyn last week. Have not We are glad to announce that in adLittle Misses Emmallne and Beaulah were married last Sunday. Success to dition to our program, those who at- D. Willett are visiting their grand learned the particulars. them. tend the Baptist Woman's Missionary mother in Brandenburg. Union at Stephensport August 30. will "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a "Bread bukiug success is guaranteed have the rare opportunity of hearing if yon use tbe Lewiiport BEST Flour." success if you use Lewisport BEST our State Secretary, Dr. Powell, and flour." Sold by J. H. Gardner. Miss Nora Lee Dover, who is now our field Capital stock Surplus Undivided Profits Due other banks Deposits Totul Liabilities $15,000 7,000 53 410 70,041 00 00 02 53 88 $9S,511 43 Overdrafts Total 11 Furniture nnd tures Fix- 875 00 175 25 $9..511 43 "Wo present tho above statcn.ent and solicit your patronage; dividend of 3 per cent placed to stockholders' ctedit and $1,000 added to surplus out of the earnings the Inst six months. Very respectfully, JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier -- Building Material! Let us have a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. worker. Presidents and mem- left Sunday pleasure trip on the steamer for Cincinnati. HENDERSON COUNTY FAIR Mrs. Burks and daughter, Mrs. Barrett, of Owensboro, went to Addison HENDERSON, KY., JULY 25-2L. A. Murray bers of the different societies will enjoy meeting Miss Dover and hearing her splendid talks on the different Ham-maparts of our mission work. f Mrs. F. F. Jones Committees Mrs. Will Brickey for a I Mrs Chas. Lyons RAYMONDNEWS. Henderson Route Notes. Catholic Church Picnic. 14 round trip good to return same day. Lonnie Pollock And Miss Hetty Stanley, Ky. July 19, 1, Louman from Cloverport. Tickets Sutton Marry-Litt- le Baby Buried Mr. Other Items. Masonic Picnic, West Point. and Mrs. Carlt Chappell and two July 22, J 3.03 from Cloverport. Ticksweet little girls, of Brandenburg, speit ets good to return same day. Monday. Sunday with their father, Wm. Chap- Miss Margaret Stlrman, of Owens$2,72 Cloverport to Henderson and pell. Reduced Rates to Atlantic City and food to boro, is the guest of Mhs Virginia Mo rofiin Tnlv 2.ri 2(1., 27. 28. 20:. a j School Is progressing nicely at this return July 20 and Aug. 2. Gavock. return July 30. place, with Miss Aliene Blddle as teachMr. and Mrs. Ike Myer, of Louisville er. Reduced Rates to Niagara Palls July are here to see her father, Mr. Jake Mr. and Mrs. Glen Macy and child 3l, Aug. 11, Aug I5. Do Neat We May, who is ill. 9 West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky Are You Reading Our New Story? I I ..., I 1 Elr-ririo- r51 0 ciocfcioiJ 10th 10th Annual Masons' Barbecue Cloverport, Ky, Thursday, Aug. 10, '11 1. Job Work c It's Fine .ni 7irFHnr- 101 cior ioc:- - )(ioE3lg Bigger than Ever Before. More Amusements and Attractions 0 Reduced Rates from all Points on Louisville, Henderson SEE THE BIG BILL & St. Louis Railway 0 The House of the By ANNA Whispering KATHARINE GREEN CopyriXhl. 1910. Rohlli By Anni Kithann Pines ' I 1 , . 1 would acknowledge to my plan. having seen n horse nnd cutter leave the clubhouse by the upper gateway with my entrance simultaneously through the lower one. I would even describe the appearance of the person driving this cutter. No one by tbo greatest stretch of Imagination would be apt to associate this description with Cnrmel. but It might set the authorities thinking, nnd if by nny good chance a cutter containing a person wearing n derby hat and a coat with an extra high collar should have been seen on this portion of the road, or if, as I earnestly hoped, the snow had left nny signs of another horse having been tethered In the clump of trees opposite the one where I had concealed my own. enough of the truth might be furnished to divide public opinion and start fresh Inquiry. That a woman's form had fought concealment under these mascullno would not, could not, hnblllmcnts strike anybody's mind. Nothing In the crime hnd suggested a woman's presence, much less n woman's active ngen- - tnnt to the case to bo Ignored. A de-- j lay will follow, which may or may not I TAKE IT. A CHANCn! nm Inclined to be favorable to you. SLEPT, though n question of no think now that II .will redound to your small Importance wns agitating .interests. You nre ready to swear to mj' Mind, domandlng Instnnt con- the sleigh you speak of thnt you saw sideration nnd n dcflulto answer It leave tho clubhouse grounds nnd before I ngnln saw Clifton. This was turn north?" CHAPTER VI. 1 "Quito ready, but you must not nsk tify Its occupants. I snw nothing but the lint nnd cont I hnvo told you about. It was Just before tho moon went under n cloud or I could not have seen that much." I suppose my voice fell, for his glance became suddenly penetrating and his voice slightly sarcastic ns bo mo to describe or In nny wny to Iden- The suspicion which had naturally fallen on myself as the one and ouly person Implicated would In shifting pass straight to another man and. If he could not Do found, return to mo or be lost In a maze of speculation. I was ready with ray eonfesslou when Mr. Clifton nest came. I had even forestalled It In a short Interview forced upon mo by the assistant district nttorney nnd Chief Hudson. That it seemed to have made a more favorable Impression upon the latter than I had expected gave me additional courage when I came to discuss this new Hue of detensi! with the young lawyer. "I have heard of no new discovery." he said. "It another cutter besides yours passed through the clubhouse grounds at the time you mention It left tracks which all the fury of the fltorm would not have entirely obliterated In the fifteen minutes elapsing between that time nnd the arrival of the police." "But a witness can certainly be found who encountered that cutter and its occupants somewhere on the long stretch of open road between the Whispering Pines and the residence district." I said. "Possibly. It would help. You have not nsked for news from the Hill." "Cnrinei:" I cried. "She Is worse-d- ead I" "No. She's not worse and she's not dead. But the doctors say it will ho weeks before they can allow a question of any Importance to he put to her. You can sec what that will do XOT US. Hor ti;liuiinr la Inn Imnnr. OTTUMWA WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Ottnmwa, Iowa. "For years I was almost a constant sufferer from feinalo ltrouhlo in all its dreadful forms , shooting pains all over my body, sick weakness, dizziness. and depression, was everything that horrid. 1 tried many doctors in different part3of the United States, but Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound has done more for mo than all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you these facts. My heart is full of gratitude to you for my euro." Mrs. IIakhikt E. C21 S. Hansom Street, WAMi'LF.it, Ottuinwa, Iowa. , llioaiiacae, spinal Consider This Advice. No woman should submit to a surgical operation, which may mean death, until sho has given Lydia E. I'inkliam'a Vegetable. Compound a fair trial. This famous medicine, mado only from roots and herbs, has for thirty years proved to bo Che most valuable tonie and Jnvigorator of tho fomalo organism. Women residing in almost every eity and town in tho United States bear willing testimony to tho wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Plnkhara, at Lynn, Mass., Javitos all sick women to write-hefor advloe. Her advice Is free, eoaKdeutlal, asd always lioJpf ul. r remarked: "Thos clouds obscured more than tho moon. I fancy. I only wish thnt foundation." they had not risen between you and "Yes. We have retained thnt gripme. This Is the blindest ense that has sack. It Is not the only proof we havo ' ever been put In my hands." of his intention to leave the city for "Tell me." 1 broke In. "of Camel's awhile. No one doubts that he plancondition, of the sort of nurse who ned nn elopement with the beautiful cares for her nnd how Arthur conCarmel. The question Is. Wns his ducts himself under this double af- disappointment followed by the murfliction." der of the woman who stood In his "I wns there last night. Miss Clif- wny?" ford was In the house nnd received District Attorney Fox quietly remarkme. She told me thnt Arthur's state ed: of mind wns pitiful. Ho was never a "I suppose thnt no conclusion can very affectionate brother, you know, bo drawn from the condition of the hut now they cannot get him nwny body when our men reached It. I from Cnrmel's door. Ho sits or stnnds Judge that It was still warm." ail day Just outside the threshold and "Yes. but so It would have been If casts Jealous nnd beseeching looks at she had met her fate several minutes land." those who are allowed to enter." earlier than wns supposed. Clarke and Mr. Fox placed the pieces back in "Doesn't he grieve for Adelaide? I Hexford differ about the length of their envelope and laid the whole carealways thought that of the two sho time which Intervened between the fully away. had the greater Influence over him." moment when the former looked Into "We nre obliged to you," said he. "Yes. but they cannot get him to en- the room from the outside nnd that of "You can cancel tho obligation." was ter the place where she lies. Ills duty their llnnl entrance. Let us tnke up the quick retort, "by discovering the Is to the living, he says. At least his something more tangible." identity of tho man who. in derby hat , anxiety is there. He starts at every "Very good. Here It Is. Of the sir nnd n "oat with a very high collar, cry Cnnnel utters of 'I.lln T.lln !' Nothbottles of spirits which were surrepti- left the grounds of tho Whispering ing more!" tiously taken from tire clubhouse's Pines Just ns Mr. Banelagh drove into "Does he Arthur mention me at wine vault four were found stnndlng them. I have no facilities for the Job all?" unopened on the kitchen table. Where nnd no desire to undertake It." He had endeavored to speak natu"Arthur feels very hard toward you ire the other two?" ana insists upon your guur. "That's It! That's the question I rally. If not with an offhand nlr. but "Does the doctor Dr. Carpenter. I (Hve put myself ever since I Inter- - j ho failed somehow, else why tho quick presume venture to say how long Cnr- rognted the steward and found him glance of stnrtled Inquiry which Dr. mel's present delirium will hold?" ready to swear to tho correctness of Perry sent him from under his rather "He 6annot, not knowing Its real his report nnd the disappearance of shaggy eyebrows. .11.1 ft. I f cause. Carmel fell Hi before tho news ' .1 uuuumyuI. uiu uui uiuau ivu uoiui-s-. "Well, we'll undertake that, too," of her sister's death arrived at the empty them or the bottles themselves promised tho district nttorney. house, you remember". Some frightful would have been found somewhere "I can ask no more." returned scene must have occurred between the about tho place. Now, who did?" Charles Clifton, rising to depart. "The two previous to Adelaide's departure "No one within the clubhouse pre- confronting of that man with Rane-lng- h for tho Whispering Tines. What that cincts. They were opened nnd emptied will cause the latter to unseal scene was can only be told by Carmel, elsewhere. There's our clew, nnd If the his Hps. Before, you have finished and for her account wo must wait. man you've got up from New York is with my client you will esteem him Happily you have an alibi which will worth his salt he has his task ready at much moro highly thnn you do now." serve you In this instance. You were hand." Caleb Sweetwater of tho New York police department, who entered tho at the station during tho time we nro "Would you like to see him?" speaking of." "In a moment. I want to clear my room nfter Clifton departed, was no "Has that beeu proved?" mind In reference to these bottles. Only beauty. Ho was plain featured to the "Yes: several men saw you there." some one addicted to drink would point of ugliness. His receding chin "And the gentleman who brought drag those six bottles out of that cold, and fnr too projecting nose were not likely to create a favorable impression me tho her letter?" It was more than unllghted cellar." dltllcult for me to speak Camel's "Yes, and a connoisseur nt that. The on one ignorant of his cheerful, modname. "He has not come forward?" two missing bottles held tho choicest est, winsome disposition. "Mr. Sweetwater," said the district "Not yet: not to my knowledge, at brand In the whole stock. They were least." kept far back, too hidden, as It were, nttorney, "wo have some doubts If tho man we havo In hand Is the man wo "And the ring?" behind tho other bottles." "No news." "What wns in the four bottles found really want. But, first, how much do you know nbout this case?" "Tho nurse you have told mo noth. on the kitchen tnble?" "Ali that's In the papers." ing about her," I now urged, reverting "Sherry, whisky nud rum two bot"Nothing more?" to the topic of gravest Interest to me. tles of rum nnd one each of sherry "Very little. I've not been In town or an Impor- and whisky." "Is she any one we k "The thief meant to carry them all above nn hour." tation of tho doctor's?" "Are y6u known here?" "I did not busy myself with that. off. but had not time." "I don't think so. It's my first visit gentleman thief. No common "The She's u competent woman, of course. man such ns we are looking for would this way." I suppose thnt Is what you mean." "Then you nro ns- - Ignorant of the Could I tell him that this was not make choice of just thoso bottles. So we are again. Contradictions In' people ns they are of you. Well, that what 1 meant at nil that It was her there has Its disadvantages." qualities ns woman rather than her every direction." "And Its advantages. If you will per"Those bottles, full or empty, must imqualifications ns nurse which were mit me to say so, sir. I have no prejubo found. You know the labels?" portant iu this case? If sho were of a notions, to "Yes. nnd tho shape nnd color of tho dices, no preconceived suspicious, prying disposition what strugglo ngalust." bottles, both of which nro peculiar." might wo not fear from her circumTho eye of District Attorney Fox The door opened, and Mr. Clifton spection when Carmel's memory aswns ushered in. Well nnd favorably stolo toward that of his brother ofil- preserted Itself and .she grew more cise In tho frenzy which now exhaust- known to both men. ho hnd no diffed Itself In unintelligible cries or the iculty In stating his business nnd preceaseless repetition of her sister's ferring his request. "I nm hero In tho Interests of name? I passed tho matter over with ltnnelngh," said he. "no la tho Una! remark: willing to concede, nnd so nm I, thnt "Watch her, watch them all, nnd his arrest bring mo each nud every detail of tho under the circumstances prolonged was justifiable, but not his poor girl's sickness. You will never excuso to regret humoring mo In this. You or- .detention. tho Ho has littlehas mado or offer for mistakes bo (lowers for Adelaide?" dered tho tho various offenses of which ho has "Yes: lilies, as you requested." been guilty. Ho vows thnt he had no "There will be no autopsy, tho papers hand In the murder, nnd In this Re"1115 SHOULDN'T DIS IU11D TO l'IND." say; the evidences gard I feel not only bound but forced of death by stran- to believe htm. I hnvo come to en- clal, but did not meet It. The coroner gulation arc too treat your nld In clearing up ono or hnd turned his .attention to the table emwell defined." two points which may nffect your own ngalu aud, whllo betraying no barrassment, wus not quite his usual "Very true. Yet I opinion of his guilt. wonder at their lax"As his counsel I havo been nble to self. Tho district attorney's hand ity In this. Thero extract from him n fact which bo has stolo to his chin, which ho softly were nlgns of some hitherto withheld from tho police. It rubbed with his lean forefinger ns he again nddrerfsed Sweetwater. other agency bnv-ln- g is this: The story which followed is too well been at work "Tho ring which Miss Cumberland two woro ns tho sign nnd seal of her en- known to us for repetition. Sweetwaalso. Those empty glasses smell- gagement to him was not on her hand ter listened with snapping eyes to all ing of cordial I- when ho enmo upon her, ns ho declares that was said, and when he hud been the nnocent perhaps, ho did, dead. It was thero nt dinner given tho various clews Indicating unpresence of n third nnd as yet yct- "n curious ring which 1 havo oftime "Don't! I can bear ten noted myself and could accurately known party pn the scene of crime ho rosQ excitedly to his feet and, deno moro today. I descrlbo If required. If she took it claring that it wns n most promising shall bo stronger off before starting for the Whispering LONQ KI0I1T OP case, begged permission to mnko his Tines it should be easily found. But. owu Investigations UAUDE.NI.NO tomorrow." at tho Whispering feeler if she did not. what a clow It offers to Another TIIOUQUT. Pines, nfter which ho would be quite turned nslde. Ills her unknown assailant! Up till now check showed bis displeasure, but the Mr. Uunelagh has been anticipating ready to begin his search for the man high coat collar, words wcro kind enough with which receiving this ring back in u letter In tho derby hat aud was so great that bo speedily took bis Icavo uud left mo written before she left her homo. But whose love for wlno to solitude and a long night of mad- ho has heard of no sucli letter nnd bechoso nnd carried off tho two choicest bottles that tho clubhouso contained. dening thought. doubts now If you have. May I nsk "If. ho extetn ntul llio wlrnls storv Is if, lulls correct La this. HurinUoi" . A 1 A. El-wo- "And you still bold him?" "Yes. but with growing uncertainty. Ho'm one of those fellows who affect your Judgment In xplte of'yourself. You may escape the fascination, probably will, but nt least you will understand my present position nnd why I telephoned to New York for an expert detective to help us on this Job. 1 wish to give the son of my old friend a chnnce." Tho mnn whom Coroner Perry thus addressed leaned back In his chair nnd quietly replied: "You're right not because he's tho eon of your old friend, n handsome fellow nnd nil that, but for the reason that every man should have his full chance whatever tho appearances against him. I lay greater stress than you do on tho two or thrco mluor points which seem to favor his latest declaration that n mnn hnd preceded him in his visit to this lonely club house, n man whom he hnd himself seen leaving the grounds In u cutter Just ns he entered by the opposite drive wny." "Ah!" came In quick ejaculation from the coroner's lips. "I like to hear you sny that. The police did And traces of n second horse nnd cutter having passed through the clubhouse grounds. Hex ford and Clarke saw them In time to satisfy themselves . thnt they extended from the northern clump of trees to the upper gateway, whero they took the direction of the hill." "That Is not .till. A gripsack, packed for traveling, was In Mr. Iluuelngh's ' cutter, showing thnt his story of an Intended Journey wns not without some ' "We know of ho mwh letter. Nea'e has come to Ills rooms," replied the coroner. "I thought not. Tho whereabouts of this ring, then. Is still to bo determined. As Mr. llanclagh's legal adviser I nm very anxious to havo that ring found." "We'll search for the ring, Mr. Clifton." "Mcnnwhlio will you enst your eye over thoso fragments of a note which Mr. Itnnclagh snys ho received from Miss Carmel Cumberland while waiting on tho station platform for her coming?" Mr. Clifton drew from his pocket two smnll scraps of soiled nnd crumpled paper, ono of which Wns tho half of nn ctivelono prcscutlng very nearly the following appearance: - not n pure fabrication of tiw entrapped llfliielsgli he shouldn't be hard to fluid," said the detective. DR. H. CHAPTER VII. ltEt.r YOU." hour spent with nexford about the clubhouse Sweetwater wns ready for the road. Musing and muttering, he plodded up tho road, bis figure nn unpromising Insignificant break Iu the monotonous whlto of the wintry landscape. Under ordinary circumstances Sweetwater would have met not more thnn u bnlf dozen carts or sledges between the clubhouse gates and the city streets. But today tho road was full of teams currying all sorts of Incongruous people, eager for n sight of tho spot made forever noHe torious by n mysterious crime. noted them all tho faces of the men. the gestures of tho women but ho did not show nny special interest till he come to that portion of tho road where the long line of hnlf burled fences began to give way to n few scattered houses. Then his spirit woke, nud he becntne quick, nlert and pcrsunslvc. He entered houses; ho tnlkcd with the people. Though evidently not n dissipated man, he stopped nt sovcral saloons, taking his time with his glass and encouraging the chatter of all who chose to meet his ndvnnccs. II o wns n natural talker nnd welcomed every topic, but his eye sparkled at ono only. This ho never Introduced himself; he did not need to. Some one wns always ready with the great theme, and onco It wns started ho did not let the conversation languish till every one present hnd given bis or her quotn of hearsay or opinion to the general fund. It seemed n great wnsto of time, 'for nobody had anything to say worth the breath expended on it He had left the country road behind nnd hnd entered upon tho jumble of sheds, shops nnd streets which marked the beginnings of the town in this direction when his quick and experienced eye fell on a woman stnndlng with uncovered head In nn open doorway, peering up tho street In anxious expectation of some one not yet In. 's sight A second survey of the face convinced him thnt bis loqunclousness would not serve him here. There wns a refinement In her nspect' quite out of keeping with the locnllty In which she lived, nnd . he wns hesitating how to proceed when fortune favored him by driving I ngalnst his knees n smnll Ind on an ill directed sled, bringing him almost to the ground and upsetting the child, who began to scream vociferously. It was the woman's child, for she made Instantly for the gate, which, for some reason, she found difficulty In opening. Sweetwater was at his best with children, and. catching the little fellow up, he soothed and fondled him CAN "I AHALr Dr. Owen's Office, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p, m, J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Street Cloverperf, Ky. Marion Weathe rh o It, Notary Pi'blic Cloverport, Kentucky 7 Fire and Plate Glass Insurance As he pointed tills out he remarked: "El wood Is not so common n baptismal name that there can be nny doubt as to the person addressed." The other scraps, also written In pencil nnd by the same hand, contained but two or three disconnected words, but one of those words was Adelaide. "I spent an hour nud n half in the yards adjoining the station before I found those two bits," explained the young lawyer. "I offer them In corroboration of Mr. Banolagh's statement that the 'Come!' used In the partially consumed letter found In the clubhouse chimney was addressed to Miss Carmel Cumberland and not to Adelaide nnd thnt tho plnce of meeting suggested by this word wns tho Htntlon platform nnd not tho spot since made terrible by death." "You are acquainted with Miss Carmel Cumberland's handwriting?" "If I nm not the town is full of people who nre. I believe these words to hnvo been written by Carmel Cumber- Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' experience in tho execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-class Livery, Feed -- wo-mnn- AND- Sale Stable The Traveling Mens' Choice Located near Depot Stephensport, :: Ky. arms. nnd finally brought him with a merry air of triumph straight to his mother's Live Horses, New Rigs I He had in bis pocket an Ingenious little Invention which ho bad exhibited all nlong the road as an indispensable article in every well kept house. Ho wanted to show It to her, but it was too cold n day for her to stop outside. Wouldn't she nllow him to step In nnd cxpl'iin how her work could be materially lessened and her labor turned to play by a contrivance so slmplo that a child could run it? It was all so ridiculous in face of this woman's quiet Intelligence that he laughed nt his own words, and this laughter, echoed by the child nnd iu another instant by the mother, made everything so pleasant for the moment that she insensibly drew back while he pulled open the gate, only remark lng ns sho led tho way in: 'I was looking for my husband. He may come any minute, nnd I'm afraid he won't care much nbout contrivances to save me work that Is, if they cost very much." Trunk Wagon per day Horse and Buggy $2 50 1 " .... 50 Allen R. Lewis Proprietor cziorzD o o o czrorzz BALL & MILLER ivery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains ' Sweetwnter, whose hand was In his pocket, drew It hastily out. "You were watching for your husband? Do you often stand in tho open doorway looking for him?" Her surprised eyes met his with n stare that would have embarrassed the most venturesome book ngent, but thl3 man was of another Ilk. "If you do." he went on lmperturb-ably- , "how much I would give if you hnd been standing there last Tuesday night when u certain cutter nnd horse went by on Its way up the hill." She was a self contained woman, this wife of u muster mechanic In one of the great shops hard by. but her Jnw fell at this, and she forgot to chide or resist her child wheti be began to pull her toward the open kitchen door. "You were looking out." veutured Sweetwnter. "And you did see that horse and cutler. What luck! It may save u man's life." "Save!" she repeated, staggering back n few steps and dragging the child with her. "Save n man's life! What do you mean by hat?" "Not much If It wus nny cutter nud nny horse nud at nny hour. But if It was the horse and cutter which left the Whispering Pines at 10 or half past 10 that night then It may mean life or death to the man now In Jail under tho dreadful charge of murder." Catching up her child, she slid Into the kitchen und sat dowu with it In tho first chair sho camo to. Sweetwnter, following her, took up his stand In tho doorway, unobtrusive, but patiently waiting for her to speak. "Who are you?" sho asked at length. "'You buvo not told mo your real busi- Hardinsburg, : Ky cnoo r OOO dOED K1 V BlIV WOOL IIDESanoRUR! Btin.DciltM, I we i teller for pa Una agents or commission Batatal).! ueiaence: aoj did. m lobutiu. ne luroisa wo;l mft l rec to our stiffen. rite icr price list. as iMSABEL & SONS XWS Losaril-- , Ey. Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many peoplo are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Tho now toilet germlcldo powder to bo dissolved in water as needed. For all toilet and hygienic uses It is hotter and moro economical. To clcanso and whiten tho teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy disease germs, and To keep artificial teeth and bridge work cloan, odorless To remove nicotine from the teoth and purify tho breath. ness." "I am n detcctivo on tho lookout for evidence In the case I have Just men tioued. I havo n theory that a most important witness In the same drove To eradicate perspiration and body odors by sponge bathing. Tho best antiseptic wash Known, Relieves and strengthens tired, woak, Heals sore ulght I inflamedeyeH.and SO cts. a throat, wounds by here at the hour nud on the and eutR. 35 box, druggist or uy uiuu puevpaiu. ouuiiue l. Continued on pace seven purify tho breath after smoking. r. The House of the Whispering Pines B; ANNA KATHARINE Copyright, 1910, GREEN I hnd boon cutting out lilsctilt, nnd my hands wore whltp with flour," sho explained simply. Sweetwater made one final plea, nnd that was for her name. "Eliza Simmons," was the straightforward reply, nnd this ended tho Interview. Sweetwater went on up the hill. Townrd the top ho came upon a livery stable. Stopping in his good humored way. ho entered Into talk with n man loitering Inside the great door. he left him he had asked him with mo, but yon'ro overstepping your dooty," wild tho coachman. ' MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- "He's right," muttered Ilexford. "Bettor let the fellow go. See, one of to him." the maids U "He shall go and welcome If he will tell mo where ho gets his taste for tills especial brnnd or whisky." Louisville, Henderson & TIME TABLE St HO Dally Ar 7 Louis Ry. 142 12 5l im (12 35 112 1 (12 13 12 07 (12 01 12 01 j Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 Dally digestion, rheumatism, He-fo- re Itohlfi have iinincd. I by Anna Katharine these questions: "Any grrty horse In town?" "Yes. one. It belongs to a respectable family. There's a funeral thcro that theory. Can yon help mo?" "Not Miss Cumberland's!" exclaim"I can help you some. Yoti make It ed Sweetwater, nil agog In n moment. I have never shrunk my duty, nnd "Yes. Miss Cumberland's." from duty. A horse nnd cutter did Tho nest turn Sweetwater took was go by here on Its way uphill Inst Tuesdisday night at about 11 o'clock. I re- townrd the handsome residence , trict crowning tho hill. member the hour because I was exFifteen minutes Inter he stood In a pecting my husbnnd every minute. Just finely wooded street before nn open ns I nm now. lie had xome extra work gateway guarded by n policeman. on hnnd that nlulu which he expected Showing his badge, ho passed In nnd to del n n him till II or a quarter after. Supper wan to be re.idv nt a quarter entered n long nnd slightly curved driveway. As he did so he took n t in !: strike the heard after. prehour nnd run u t he v front door to glance nt the house. It wns not ns look oht. It was iin"'i.is very hard tentious ns he expected, but Infinitely white ii:d empty, m6re Inviting. nnd the ro'W lot The for 3 but nfl I Mont! th. ii'ire nnd Hitter o'clock,ceremonies had been setpast 2. nnd It wns now half came In nlnht. wtil li n It i the gate, drew i ; in a yr-- .v hurry ax If As Sweetwater reached tho head of ,the driveway he saw the first of a Bonietliliic was tlt m ittei l't:i ,v. i!iiiiklu of long fllo of cnrrlnges approaching up liwiiui' liiisc work Is the street harm to my InMi.iii! "Lucky that my business tnkc3 mo very dmiRi'rom. i.u nn't txireheaded to tho stable." thought ho. "What Is the coachman's nnnie?" 1 ouglt to reI I ! !:i-- want to substantiate today" pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., arc all signs of poisons in your bjood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid of them, use EM Sweetwater had crossed to the cupboard and taken down the lower half of the broken bottle which hnd at traded Ills notice on his first entrance, and wns now holding It out, with n quizzical look at the departing coachman. li1. Daily Lv. (3 (3 OH STATIONS U4 fJopm (7 03 (7 02 8 fll (ft (l (0 I 148 o 21 pru 4 40 um S 40 ft 111 14 03 .I.OUISVIU.K STKAWIIKIUtV (TITF.S. .. KATMItVN POINT IIOWAKf) . linm Dllr ""JUL 10 01 fi II ' f 09 til 14 P MKDOKA lilSIIUIT. . M 42 . 17 5 21 ($30 0 29 2i" f5 23 15 31 f 23 fit 30 fi) 34 tV 40 0 49 f9 M no 03 10 13 (10 IP (10 27 (10 10 riO (10 37 41 43 UT .. .. ' W" 54 4il 41 Ilexford was at his shoulder with a spring, nnd together they Inspected the label still sticking to It. which wns that of the very rare nnd expensive spirit found missing from tho clubhouse vnult. "This I a find." muttered Ilexford Into his fellow detective's oar. Then, with n quick move toward Zadok, he shouted out: "You'd belter answer that question. Where did this bit of broken bottle come from? They don't give you whisky like this to drink." "That they don't." muttered tho coaclmian. not so much nbashed ns they had (xpected. "And I wouldn't care for It If they did. I found that bit of bottle In the ash barrel outside and fished It out to put varnish In. I liked tho shape." "Broken this way?" "Yes; It's jnst as good." "Is It? Well, never mind: run nlong. We'll close the stnblo door for you." "I'd rather do It myself and carry In the key." "Here. then. We're going to the funeral too. You'd like to?" This latter In a whisper t. Sweetwater. The ntw'er w m n fervent one. ir! wnt'd please Nothinr I'l n'.l f: 1 f 5 37 tb 43 3 1 to 0 03 r: hltANDKMtUKU .. .. IIAKTI,K.S. . . HOCK llAVh.Y. .. I.ONO IU1ANCII... (Il&tlffl (II (II (II 5 43 10 43 fll5-r2- 5 r r OlsTU.N. mVINOION J. uii 1 nt; itu MYOTIC EKHON ... . (II (II 50 45 37 II 2 21 13 11 . . . t 41 31 14 tfi 3!) a 6u m f(5 12 III 21 17 OS f7 04 11 JJ WMtSTiril SAMI'LK . . M 7 1& Black-Draugii- II 00 11 ADDISON MOI.T (Jf.OVKltl'OKT. CHOI'S .. ti Tif" 4 05 10 55 (10 47 (10 51 (10 31 (10 23 10 14 (10 00 (10 0 0 55 f S 40 V I 0 10 0 Oi 8 01 51 625 33 15 (5 42 (5 31 (5 5 (5 (5 4 22" 14 10 0? 57 i 8 IS 0 27 II 45 ti "is" 7 37 f7 4S f7 50 7 5!) is 37 45' SKI U.MAN... IIAWKSVIf.MC ... the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed-ford- 's and now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. Black-Draught, f 33 til 10 0 I.'. II I'KTItlli A DA I as 'is 5S' 4 M 13 H 05 (II LKU'l.ypoKT WAIT.MAN It (9S5 31 .. . f7 03 ti n 14 21 fit "713" jVj-i- t ti 31 7 t 7 ln-- 35 40 4tl 35 im '8 35" 8 40 ti 49 fi 53 57 f9 03 1210pm ... . OWENS HOKO CON WAV MACEO I'ATK? DUTCH (0 20 9 12 fvi W 8 53 46 (7 44 17 37 7 52 7 (4 17 "it .. . . .. 3 50 ti ti ti 18 oi" 11 S3 ti 7 IS (7 04 8 55 35" 3 45" MATTIMli.V.. ti 111 10 111 f7 53 7M 8 It, 8 23 7 1 1 f II .- .- 18 1 f(!24 30 0 42 5S ' 10 15 05 I STANLY NEWMAN HEED DEALS SI'OT'ISVILLE HASKETT GKI1TITII .... "is 23" ti in (8 II) 10 01 (3 28' (6 37 6 34 ft) (7 59 3 00 2 35 00 pm 7 51 7 52 7 39 10 am ta si 40um on 40 pm 3l - I IIENDKH-iO.... EVANS VI LLE.... ST. I.OIUS " 9 (3 11 6 13 (3 07 6 Oi 2 53 5 55 pm 2 30 I 34 um ti If member It. Ah! Ziulol; Zndolt Brown. There's n comblnntlon for you!" He had reached this point In his soliloquy a bad habit of his, for It sometimes took nudlble expression when he ran ngnlnst another policeman set to guard tho side door. A moment's parley nnd he left this man behind, but not before ho hnd noted this door nnd the wide nnd hospltablo veranda which separated It from tho insist on Bedford's th's irote-- n i. t well. lilrtiPeir. :::. nan 1 qu'te si oast of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers frt m west of Cloverport. Signal, Where no tune shown trains L)"not stop. carry free reclining chair csrs between Louisville and St, Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evausville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No I4I will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from Trains 143 and 146 "f" Stops driveway. "1 nm willing shall find that to that veranda the most Ingo nil odds I teresting part of the house." he remarked In quiet conviction to himself as ho noted Its nearness to tho stnblo and Liver Tablets nnd in three days I and 'the ease with which one could was nble to be up and got better right step from It Into n vehicle passing along I am the proudest girl in Lindown the driveway. coln to find Mich a good medicine." It had another point of Interest, or, For sale by All Dealers. rather, tho wing bad to which It was attached. As his eye traveled back across this wing tn his lively walk Ilexford. toward the stable he caught n pnss-InNOTICE. "Another of us,1' replied Ilexford. glimpse of a nurse's face nnd figwith a shrug. "We're both rather Inure In one of Its upper windows. terested In this gray horse." Once around the corner, he perceivWe have many subscribers who can "Wouldn't another time do?" pleaded that the stable door was closed, afford to take the News one year, who up the garden ed the coachman, looking gravely but that a window well Encountering no down nt tho flowers ho held. I "It's are subscribing for it every three side was open. most time for the funeral, and don't months. We wish all who can convenwatchful eye, he stepped up to the feel like talking. Indeed I don't, gen iently give us yearly subscription, would stable window and. peered in. tlemen." ARKS IV do so, as it is quite a little work to A man sat with his back to him polIlls distress wns so genuine that Ilex- change the dates so often and frequent"WAS THE HAT LIKE THIS ONE, MADAM? " ishing a bit of harness. This was probford was Inclined to let him go. but to the gate, when I saw why the man ably Zadok, the coachman. Sweetwa- Sweetwater with a cock of his keen ly you miss copies of the paper. Thankter suddenly experienced n momenta- eye put In his word nnd held the ing you for favoring us in this way, In the sleigh was making me such wild am, Respectfully, John D. Babbage. gestures. Ills hat had blowu off and ry confusion by observing the head coachman where he was. was lying close up ngulnst the fence In and shoulders of Policeman Hexford old gal Is telling me nil about "The front of me. Anxious always to oblige. leaning toward him from nn opposite it." muttered this sly. adaptable fellow. Moit disfiguring skin eruptions, scro- I made haste to snatch at It and carry window In much the same fashion He hod sidled up to the mare and their i suhi, pimples, lashes, etc., are due to to Its owner. I received a sort and certainly with exactly the same heads were certainly very close toIt out impure blood. Uunlock Blood Bitter!As their glances gether. of thank you and would never have re- Intent ns himself. "Not touch her? See here!" Makes yen membered the occurrence if It had not crossed both flushed nnd drew back, Sweetwater had his arm round the 'is a cleansing blood tonic. been for that murder and If" she only to return again, each to his sever- filly's neck nnd was looking straight I had not rec- al peephole. Neither meant to lose into her fiery nnd Intelligent eye paused doubtfully-"- lf ognized the horse." the advantage of the moment. Both "Shall I pass her story on?" he nsked, Hew to Stuff Fowls. "Didn't you recognize the man?" had heard of the gray horse and wish- with a mngnetlc smile at the astonishIn stulllug a chicken It should not be"No. The snow was blinding; ed to identify It. be filled to bursting point, ns the dressed 'coachman. ' sides, he wore a high collar. In which There were three stalls, nnd In each "You'll oblige me If you can put her ing. If It Is mostly of bread, will swell, his head wrts sunk down almost out stall n horse stamped and fidgeted. knowledge into words," the man bursts through It gives u k and If it of sight.'' Only one held their attention. This declared, with one fascinated eye most untidy appearance to tho roaster. "But the horse" wns u mare on the extreme left, a on the horse and tho other on the Chickens split and roasted should be "Was one which is often driven by large gray nnlmal with n curious black house where he evidently felt that his covered until ready to brown, as they here. Ask any one on tno hill In what patch on Its near shoulder. The faces presence was wanted. "She was out burn quickly and dry up before they stable you can And a gray horse with of both men changed ns they recog- that night, nnd I know It. ns any nro really joue Inside: nlso they renized this distinguishing mark, nnd in- coachman would know who doesn't quire a generous amount of butter In (i large black spot on his left shoulder. stinctively their eyes met. The coach-mn- come homo stone drunk. But where tho cooking. Quail nre considered nt Now I must dish up my dinner." rubbed away with less and less she was nnd who took her, get her to their best when having n tiny savory "Just one question, madam. Was the purpose until his hands- stood quite tell if you can. for I don't know no stuffing. They nre boiled In butter. It M.t what folks call a derby? Like takes three pounds of butter for one this one; madam," he explained, draw- still nnd his whole figure drooped In inore'n the dead." wrapIrresistible despondency. As he raised "Tho dead!" Hashed out Sweetwater, ' dozen quail. Chicken should be ing his own from behind his back. moved perhaps by that sense wheeling suddenly about nnd pointing ped In clean linen cloths If Inld on the "Yes, I think so. As well ns I can his face, with nnyremember it was like that. I'm afraid of n watchful presence to which all of straight through the open stable door Ice and not come lu contact absolutely didn't do it any good by my han- us are more or less susceptible, they toward the house where the young thing that might not beIn I the same dling. I had to clutch It quick, and were both surprised to see tears on It. mistress the old servant mourned lay clean. Ducks aro chosen I'm sura I bent the brim, to say noth- The next Instant he had started to his in her funeral casket. "Do you mean way ns the chickens. They nre not ns ing of Bmearln'cr It with flour marks. feet and tho bit of harness hnd rattled her the lady who Is about to be economical eating, nor nro they or Could she tell If her lips varied In dally usefulness, the chicken burled? from his hands to tho tloor. being by far the best all rounder. "Who are you?" he nsked. with a were not sealed by a murderer's hand?" As regards the toothsome capon "She!" The word enmo low and touch of anger quite natural under the Get chickens, the rulo respecting age does Rude nnd uncultured as tho "Can't you como In by circumstances. not hold good, for tiero Is rarely n the door and not creep sneaking up to man was. he seemed to be strangely more delicious bird to be enjoyed than ntTected by this unexpected suggestion. Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. take a man at disadvantage?" a well fed nnd well dressed enpon. As he spoke he dashed away the "I haven't the wit to answer that." Age does not dry up the Juices, nnd. Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's were still said he. "How can we tell what she like old wine, they grow more mellow Swamp-Roothe great kiduey, liver and teurs with which his cheeks knew? The man who killed her Is lu hlnililer remralv. be. wet. jnll. He might talk to some purpose. with nge. At three years old even Ill cause of its remark' thought a heap of my young "I they nre as tender a chicks with the lli restoring bo added In evident apology for Why don't you question him?" n very good reason." replied proper chicken flavor fully developed L properties. "I'or Swamp-- I what such men call good It . Root fulfills almost this display "Iofdidn't know that It wns Sweetwater, with an easy good nature rulo should be borne In mind ns a small weakness. In every wish in over that was very reassuring. "He was boned choosing poultry thnt tho are 3 , In mo to cry for anything, but I find iniy ' and short legged coming rucuQiausm, nrrested on the spot, so that It wasn't likely to excel tho contrary poultry delsort In pain in the back, kid- that I can cry for her." who drove this mare home, unharIt nova lilnflrlpr r i Ilexford left his window, nnd Sweet- he color, nessed her, put her back In her stall, icacy of flesh. flavor nnd fine textute and every part of the water slid from his. Next minute they locked tho stable door and hung up of their urinary passage, ii nitft at the stable door. the key In Its place In tho kitchen. corrects inability to "riad luck?" whispered the local Somebody elso did thnt." Right in your busiest seafon when scalding pain in passing it, hold water and "That's true cnough.iund what docs you have the least time to spare you or bad effects following use of liquor, wine "Enough to brlnglno hero." acknowlIt show? That tho maro was out on are most likely to take diarrhoea and or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant edged the other.. necessity of being compelled to go often some other errand than tho one which lose sevtral days time, unless, you have "Do you mean to this house or to ended In blood nnd murder," was the through the day, nnd to get up many Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd DiarJ times during the night. this stable?" coachman's unexpected retort. Swamp-Rois not recommended for rlioeu Remedy at hand una tike a dose "To this stable." "Is that so?" whispered Sweetwater 'I f everything but if you have kiduey, liver "Ilavo you heard that the horso was into the mare's cocked ear. "She's Oil inc iirst npprariincc ui tuc mscnor. or bladder trouble, it will be found just nut that night?" qulto ready For sale bv All Dealets. not the remedy you need. It has been thor "Yes: she was out." to commit heroughly tested in private practice, and has "Who driving?" self." he drawlproved so successful that a special ar Rico to Remov Iron Rutt. ed, with another rangement lias been made by which all "Ah. that's the question!" Rico as a remover af Iron rust It nut nancr. who have not al readers of this enigmatical smllo to be excelled. Not only does. It bleach "This man can't tell you." ready tried it, may have a sample bottle nt the lingering tho recent stain, but oven that of loug going to talk to him for all "But I'm sent free by mail, also a book telling Z n d o k. "Sho's standing. and how to that." more about Swamp-Roosome-thin- g keeping Roil a cupful of rlcft In two quarts of unu out it you nave mu"Ho wasn't hero that) night. So was back. Aro wnter for thirty minutes. Let It stand ll ey or bladder trouble. at a dance, lie only knows that tho you?" ho poin- ovcrutght nnd When writiugmention strain through a cheese mnro was out.". tedly Inquired, cloth. Souk the Iron rust spots lu the reading this generous I'm going to talk to blm." "But leaving tho stalls rice offer in this paper and for four or five hours and "May 1 come lu too? I'll uot Intersend your address to and walking then water In clear water. This will efrinse rupt. 1'vo Just fifteen minutes to Dr. Kilmer 4t Co.. Hoot up to briskly fectually remove rust stains, no matBiucrhamton. N. Y. The reuular spare." size bottles are sold by atid "You're overs- ter how old Ilexford threw open tho stable door, any mistake all druggists. Don't makeSwamp-Rootepping your and they both walked in. Tho coachbat remember the name, "13 THAT SO?" dooty. I don't Swamp-Rooand the ad- - man was uot visible, but they could Dr. Kilmer's dreM. wgtuatoB,N:Y.,oa.cvery Dome hear him moving above, grumbling to know who you are or jvhat you. want g 1 - "I'll be down lu n minute," he called out ns their steps sounded on the hardwood floor. Ilexford sauntered over to tho stalls. Sweetwater stopped near tho doorway and glanced very carefully about him. Nothing seemed to escape his eye. He even took the trouble to peer Into n waste bin nnd was Just on the point of lifting down a bit of broken bottle from nn open cupboard when Brown appeared dressed In his Sunday coat and carrying n bunch ot fresh hothouse roses. "Who's that man?" he grunted to To be continued Happiest Girl In Lincoln. A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I bad been ailing for some time with chrome I constipation and (toumcli ttouble, brgau taking Chamberlain's Stomach Hartford Line West Bound second No. 9 Cla-- Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle Klr.itClai!) Hast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 First Class 1 No 7 No. 18 No. 112 STATIONS Mixed Oily FrclK't nany ex-u S Pass. Dally n I'ass. Dally n Sund'v Only lOOOim r 9 33 s 9 12 ( 9 0J S 8 53 b 8 40 S 8 39 ( 8 30 f 8 23 S 8 10 S 8 05 ( S 00 ( 7 54 ( " 50 t 7 45 s 7 35 7 30im Dally nx-3- Frelff't Dally t. (li 55 f7 09 t; 20 s7 23 0 45pm s 31 41 (7 3J (7 57 8 10 ! 19 (8 34 30 f3 34 t 42 sS 4! IH 8 8 15am 8 30 8 55 0 2tl 9 31 I) 0 1) 33 10 I.) 10 2 10 43 10 53 11 00 11 10 11 20 (11 II lOim Ml 3 (11 .ti .Nil 49 Ml 54 NUOIpm 112 Ui (12 15 Kit 27 M2 M (12 40 (12 45 (12 50 (12 0 M 1 00 3 30 U Lv.litVINOTON.Ar ...HASIN SPRING... UAI1K1 ELD ... IIAIJNED .... ..I UNO HUN . ... .. ( s ( s HAUlJlNSHUKO ... s lOlOim 51 35 20 22 4 1 .. . ... JUNCTION .. KIUK McOlJADV. OLEN DEAN s DEMPSTER .... s ( RuCKVALE . . . . . . 9 9 9 9 s9 (9 (8 3 K 11 C3 ( 2 37 s 2 30 s 2 15 2 05 1 55 1 47 1 35 H 1 23 s 1 23 S s (3 3am 11 lOom 15 2 52 10 50 10 31 10 15 10 10 10 01 8 It II 11 .. .. VAN.ANT OAKS .. (8 (8 30 38 33pm 50 in ELL.M1TCH . ( 8 18 ... s 8 15im 5 43 ' 50 45 30 33 27 24 ( ( s f ( ( 1 1 1 1 17 13 05 00 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 V 54 43 30 31 20 23 15 Ar EARIVUTON. Lv 12 5C'pm 10 9 03 BOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of Rou?h. "'" Dally Suoday JH ?!i EAST UOUND Second ,l'iirst Cl'isi 7t "hm TIME TABLE TilH Tlmo Table wont Into effect Sunday. Juno 19. 1910. cias. T, PasienKer I Klrst ' Class 26 Passenger D Klrt Second Class 32 Mixed 71 Mixed 2S 27 Paaaenger Passenger at 11:39 p m Monday unuWj Only 7- Dally Except Sunday 3 9 00 STATIONS j Dally Except Sunday ; a am 111 lly Monday, Except Sunday 2 12 15 only 2 08 1 43 clear-eye- clear-brain- ed, clear-skinne- ! I - !' m pm pm "m i, " a m m FALL- DE.tl'STEIt - OK KOUOII 1 8 35 ' H 15 3ium j uj pm pm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business '( If you do yo may lind just what you need in this department. Jf you aro interested in any of the following proprieties write us nt once for owner1 name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has thevery property yo f r. are We recommend the following properties as being 'productivi fair in price. If u Want toHSell your farm or business? z It yo want cash for your property, send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller jtogether. This department is conducted solely for tho purposoof enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties tojnako quick salei Za-do- n - I - liking - J) Do You Up awe-somol- With a Lame Back? t, Jno. w $3 i"uu : D. Babbage mis-tress- ," able-healt- XV m - 9H HN.j li-i- r r. dwelling nitti kitchen on back porch; two pooa li.rns; 1) .ni mid tent'iit houio una cisSaLE A (arm containing 230 acres and tern back lu the lleid; and hen house; FOR uuder fence. A nice cottage cf flra wood shea; will sulloneaiy payments; plenty 15 rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar wltb ot nm ill fruit. Further particulars address a store room over It. two gool stock barnsi Jno. D..Habbas;c, Cloverport, Ky. one tenant house; about 500 apple and peach trees, also pears, quinces andaprlcots; moat all kluds ot small (rults, Including a nlc grapes; For 100 acres four J9 nnO Ulendeaue, 3 miles miles' west of vlnyard of choicest 125 acres 200 acres sleired. (rom branch balauce In woods. In grass; sovaru railroad ; all (resh land; 100 acres In cultiva- groves o( black locust sutllclont for posts U tion; W luxruss; will produce the best wire the whole (arm In. It lies near Ekror com, wheat and tobacco In nehrhborhood; on L. II. & St. L. It. R. price Is fj.OOO or plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwell lougaudeasy payments. ... n ... ...... n. i ! a ......... ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomi 3 miles (roia Irvtmiton; well 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses. watered lays weil; (rood you ni? orchard; Rood ?ood stable; ot good timber for (arm purpose! i timber ; on rural route ; school liouse few yards good land to clear. Price 12,000 H cash. (ro-liouse; Improvements; Kood (our room . vt""" s ot V. .1 RURAL TELEPHONES !k ') Mr. 1 armor, aro you interested? If so, call on tho .C- ma nn nrnvnf thn ( "liinihnrliiiwl Tolnnlinnn - Tnlnfrrnrili t, I Company and have him explain tho special "Farmers Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH llnooroorsted.) COMPANY t. Za-do- k. fifty-ce- nt one-doll- t, t, Subscribe Now See Us forDuro Job Work r The Breckinridge County24Fair said AT HARDINSBUR.G. KY., AUGUST 22, 23 July July July 24--Der- $100 Saddle Stake $HlO Harness Stake County Day by $100 Derby Stake Day Day as-rK- Ur. Bigger and Better Than Ever A Horse Show Running and Trotting Races Each Day DDHE rVKiVCl Li L. DADJ7PR C I The noted balloonist will make a baloon cension and Parachute Leap on each day of the fair, "DON'T MISS IT" Something all the Time eral Premiums on everything. &3h in the State. and young. Lib- - The Reduced Rates on all Roads. A. T. BEARD, President KEFORT OK THE CONDITION OK THE Trains stop at Grounds. Write for Catalogue JNO. M. SKILLMAN, Secretary IRVINGTON News Items And Society Notes. Many Visitors In The City. Lyddan Has Big George Wheat Crop. Miss Claire Jolly has returned from a two month's visit in Shelbyvllle, Tenn., and Mt Vernon, 111. Mrs. J. D. Bramlctte and children, accompanied by her sister, Miss Minnie Fulienwider.have returned home after a ten days visit to relatives at Little Bend, Ky. Mrs. Durwood Wroe has as her guests for the week, her two sisters. Misses Katharine and Julia Wroe, of Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Cox have taken a house on College Street and will move about the first of August. Little Miss Eva May Chapln is spend ing this week in Louisville with Miss Delia Turmar. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Payne and daugh ter, Susie Thomas, spent last Monday in Louisville shopping. Miss Katharine Wimp entertained the following friends to dinner Sunday: Misses Hannah Beard, Claire and Anna Louis Whitworth and, Judith Ellen Beard, of Hardinsburg. Misses Inez and Louise Walker, of Gametsville, are expected soon for a visit to Miss Essie Kendall. Miss Reba Lewis, of Fordsvilie, came Momlav to be the guest of Miss Nellie Smith for several days. Mrs. Sally Hastings and neice, Miss Anna Owslev, have ret rned to White Mills from a ten days visit to her sister, Mrs. G. T. Marshall. Mrs. A. D. Pulliam was called to Evansville on account of the death of a relative. Miss Pearl Steward, of Horse Branch, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Willard Arnold. Mrs. Jno. Akers entertained a few little girls to dinner Sunday in honor of her daughter, Florence's eleventh birthday. Covers were laid for the following: Ruby Haynes Hook, Elizabeth Hook, Ida Payne, Elizabeth Owen Hale, Nellie Bramlette, Evelyn Branv lette and visitor, Minnie Hatfield. Geo. Lyddan, one of our progressive fanners, had a very good wheat yield this reason. Out of one hundred acres of wheat he got IS 18 bushels of wheat and sold it for 82 cents a bushel, ag- gregating 1,90.76. Mrs. Ruben Miller, of Indianapolis, came last week to be the guest of her sisters, Mrs. W. J. Piggott and Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen. Miss Emma Moore, of Memphis, Tenn., and Miss Kathleen Pool, of Maceo, are members of a house party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kendall, near here. Miss Bessie Bentley has returned to Heuderson after a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. A. D. Pulliam. Mrs, Graves and children, of Dallas, Texas, are spending several weeks at Basin Springs as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ino. Nevitt. Dr. Tucker, of McDaniels, was the guest of Mrs. Fidelia Galloway Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Geeting left for Oxford, Ohio, Sunday, after a visit to Mrs. Geeting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schindler. of Louisville, came Mrs. Pulliam, last week lor a snort visit to nerson, A. D. Pulliam. Miss Lizzie Hall, of Webster, and visitors, the Misses l'rout.of Louisville, are the guests 6f Mrs, Matt Payne, Mrs. Tom Ditto and daughter, Virginia, of Brandenburg, and Miss Rosa Lou Ditto, of Hardinsburg, who have been visiting F. II. McGehee and family, left Monday for their homes. David Schottenfels, of Louisville, is spending ten days at Mt Pisgah with D. C Heron. "Bread baking success is guaranteed If you use the Lewisport BestJHour. . 1 Tomer Saturday and left a girl. Rev. J. Winchcll and wife attended E, H.. Shelman & Go., church at Walnut Grove Sunday. Miss Lelah Hawkins came homo FriBankers, doing business in the town of day and returned to her school Sunday Of Summer Laid Eggs Unfit For Irvington, county of Breckinridge, evening. Use Fertility of Eggs Largely State of Kentucky, at the close Dr. P. H. Ncvltt, of Brandenburg, of business on the 18th day Responsible For Their Damwas in town last week. of July, I9II. Miss Brook Hall and Mr. Payton aged Condition. Canary, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. RESOURCES R. A. Smith Sunday. By T.L. Enyder, In Lo lrjtton Herald. 1 Loans and Discounts. ...fO4.2uO.S7 Mrs. F. C. Ferry and son, of Louis2 U. S. and other Bonds, During the months of July and Aug10.00 ville, are guests of her parents, Mr. ust and part of September, the percent Stocks aud Securities ..... 10,151.12 and Mrs. E. II. Miller. of spoiled eggs that are brought to 3 Due from Banks 4 Actual Cash on hand 4,307.1s Misses Virginia and Julia Kerr, of market Is very large. This is due in a fl Louisville, were guests of their aunt, large measure to carelessness or negliChecks, cash items and exchange for clearing .... .00 Mrs. Pike Conn Sunday, enroute to gence and could easily be prevented. 0 Overdrafts Secured,$S6. Rome to visit their During these months the majority of Unsecured, $36.44 and Mrs. P. J. Pctitt. fowls are trying to set and on most farms expenses and 7 Currcut Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lay and no attempt Is made to break thorn up, taxes paid ,. 10,70 children, of Norfork, Va., are guests of and they are allowed to stay on the 5 Real Estate, $1,026.22; nests. Consequently other hens lay In their parents, Mr. and Mrs Ben Lay. Furniture and Fixtures, this nest and the eggs not being gather Miss Sadie Cohen is spending the 1,031.3s ?0?s. 13; total week In the country with Miss Laura ed regularly the germ starts and, al 0 Other Assetts not Includthough the hen may not have set on Watllngton. ed under any of the above them but twenty-fou- r hours, the result Rev. H. Jarboe Is holding a meeting will be a spoiled egg. heads .00 at Tucker Now had these broody hens been ?SG,672.G3 Total "Ere ad baking success Is guaranteed gathered up every evening and conif you use Lewisport BEST Flour". LIABILITIES fined in a slat bottomed coop for a few 10 Capital Stock paid In, in days, until the brooding feverhad subS Cash 150.00 sided, this would nut have happened. ONLY 1 Surplus, $10,000 000; Or if the eggs had been gathered every profits, 5,1,931.37; day there would have been no trouble. total 13.934.37 Cloverport People Give Credit However, if the eggs were not being la Deposits on which interused for Incubation, the most simple est is pa:d, $9,100.20; DeWhere Credit is Due. way would have been to have separated posits on which interest is the male birds and confined therrf to a not paid, 547.i77.3n; total People of Cloverport who suffer with house and yard of their own. This .g deposits ,"i0,233..i3 done the eggs not being fertile sick kidneys and bad backs want a kidI3 Cashier's checks, outwould not have been harmed by the ney remedy that can be depended upon. standing, $1,209 40; Certi-lie- d The best is Doan's Kidney Pills, a med- hen setting on them for a day or so. checks, .00. total 1,269 40 It is astonishing how many people icine for the kidneys only, made from .00 14 Due to Banks pure roots and herbs, and the only one have the idea th it hens will not, or can1j Notes and Bills that is backed bv willing testimony of not lay unless a male bird Is kept with .00;Bills payable, them. I have been asked If this was so Cloverport people. Here's a case: .00 .00, total-- . time and again, and my answer is usuGeorge F. Megerle, River St., Clov16 Other liabilities not inerport, Ky., says: "For three months ally to take the person down to our cluded under any of the 1 was unable to do any work on account laying house where there were three 135.27 above heads of my kidneys being disordered. The hundred hens that had never seen a SS6.672 63 passages of the kidney secretions were male bird since they were six or eight . Total painful and my feet became so badly weeks old; show them these, birds, then STATE OF KENTUCKY J 0,'t swollen that I was unable to get on my the nests and the answer was usually County of Breckinridge I, M. II. Cornwall, Cashier of the shoes. There was a dull ache in the convincing. above named Ban' , do solemnly swear small of my back, which extended into There are more mistaken ideas and that the above statement is true to the my head and although I tried a number superstition connected with the poulbest of my knowledge and belief. M. of remedies, I was unable to find relief. try business than there is in playing Finally Doan's Kidney Pills came to poker, and those who are familiar with H. Cornwall, Cashier. Subscrioed and sworn to me by M. H. my attention and I procured a supply. our national game know that this is I used them according to directions "going some." Cornwall this 24th day of July, I9II. Mult P.Payne, Deputy County Court and in six weeks I was entirely free Some time back I was reading a refrom kidney trouble. I attribute my ro- port Clerk. on the percent of bad dam ( R. S. Bandyrson bust health solely to the curative pow aged eggs, and while I do notand remem ers of Doan's- Kidney Pills." Correct attest L. E. Hendean. ber the exact figures of each kind, the (E. H. Shelm For sale by all dealers Price 50 report said that fully fifty percent of Directors cents. Co., Buffalo, the cges handled at this time of the New York, sole agents for the United year consisted of checks (cracked spot States. ted (germ started)dirty and rotten, all STLPHENSP0RT Remember the name Doan's and of which could have been prevented take no ot her. with proper care. The amount footed Newsy Notes From The Little up into millions of dollars and the loss T. is and must be borne by,tbe growers. Port-To- wn Full Of Visitors-Ai- rs. It Is true that a great many of the cracked eggs are caused by rough handling John Gardntr Dead in this vicinity. while in transit, but the majority are Rain is caused by eggs having an unusually The crops are suffering. Mrs. Hewitt Hawkins and two child- Miss Julia Mattingly is very low of thin shell. The condition can be prereu,Sheridan and Alma, of Uniontown, vented as a rule by keeping crushed are guests of her sister, Mrs. Pike typhoid fever. rock, grit and crushed oyater shell beMiss Hallie Beatty began her school Conn, and their relatives, Alma Hewitt, fore the hens constantly. It Is astonish-nwhile only three years old, sings very here July 10. how much of these two materials a sweetly. Gabe Shrewsberry went to Hardins- hen will eat. I have frequently noticed Printlce Pullam Is greatly improv- burg Wednesday. hens going up to the box and eating the ing from the effects of an accident he A county road has been opened from same as though it were grain. received by letting a cross tie fall on here to Balltown. The spotted or germ started eggs can his foot. Mrs. Stella Jackson and little daugh- be prevented as I stated before, by Mr. and Mrs. DeJarnett and culd-rcn,- ter, Zilpha, of Tar Creek, are visiting keeping the male bird confined and Hardinsburg, were guests of her Mrs. Pearl Jackson. gathering the eggs regularly. In a great sister, Mrs. America Belle last week. Mrs. Henry Payne and Mrs. Oliver many instances on the farm hens will steal out and lay and may not be found Mrs. E. A. Blaine went to Owensboro Hull were at McQuady Tuesday. eggs are not ferSaturday. Miss Nellie Sheeran left Sunday to for a week, but if the tile they will not be damaged. Mrs. Williams and children.of Louis begin her school at Ball's Monday. Another thing against letting the ville, hae rooms at Mrs. E. A. Blaln's Miss Maggie Beavln, of Longlick, is male bird run with the hens, even a few weeks. for visiting relatives. though the eggs)may be gathered dally, R.H. Bennett and Miss Lena Pane, Mrs. Pearl Jackson, who has been 111 Is that In transit the express car may A. R. Crawford and Miss Katie Mc- - for some time of lung trouble, is not get warm enough to start these fertile Kaughan, attended chnrch at Walnut improved. eggs and the result will be spoiled eggs, Grove Sunday. Success to our paper, the editor and where if they had been Infertile would There was quiet a crowd from this all the readers. have remained unhurt. place who attended the baptising Sun It is Impossible not to have a few Bread baklug is guaranteed a success day at Robert's Landing. dirty eggs, but most of them can be if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Mr. aud Mrs. S. Cohen have returned prevented by providing clean nesting to Louisville. Sunday afternoon they material, renewing frequently and keepis guaranBread baking success ing house and dropping boards clean. were the guests of her sister, Mrs. W. teed if you uso Lowisport Best The rotten egga are the spatted ones J. Schopp. with a little "ago" added to them, and The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Flour. FIFIYKRJENT If You Wan- tiv convenient channel through which to transmit your financial business, and if you are satisfied that THE FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. offers (vqu advantages of safety and facilities, please remember that it is easy and convenient to do your BANKING BY MAIL. If you would like to make .this bank your depository, and you are not near enough to call to see us, just write us for information, and wo will take pleasure in telling you how to. forward your deposits by mail. grand-parents,M- r. 122.-1- FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN a SON school-hous- e. Granite and Marble 1 d OriEST" Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. be-Ir- redls-counte- T course, preventing "spots" will do away with rotten ones. We gather our eggs daily and in extreme hot weather twice a day, separate all dirty ones, which we clean, then all are put In a cool cellar until sold. We could sell a great many more tnan we do if we had them, and the price we get is about two cents above market price, so that pays us well to take this little extra trouble. If those who sell these half spoiled and stale eggs, would only realize how disgusting it is to discover one's breakfast egg"lightly perfumedr"or a"chick-e- n on the half shell," they would use a little care and be more positive as to the quality of their product. Aged whisky is the best, but deliver us from an "ancient egg." of gEWLEYVILLE i jt . Miss Minnie Stith, our Washington Citv trained nurse has just arrived home for her summer vacation. Moorman Hardaway and wife, of North Dakota, and Glen Hardaway, of Cloverport, spent the week end at the old home of T. P. Hardaway. MoorOllie-Mayman left Monday for Dakota. his wife, will remain with her mother and friends at Big Spring for ' an indefinite stay. Miss Marguerite Stith' spent last week in Irvington. , MATTINGLY 1 Mr. and Mrs. Damou Beavin, of Bir- -. grand-mothe- r, - Ioster-MiIbu- rn badly-neede- mingham, Ala., came last week to Mrs. Sam visit his Taul. Mrs. James Keenan visited Mr. and Mrs. Everett Frank last Sunday. B. F. Frank killed a large rattle snake last Sunday. It had 12 rattles. Mrs. Sarah Frank, who has been kind. confined to her bed for the past three years, visited her sister, Mrs. Talttha On the 19th a fine boy arrived at the Keenan last week. heme of Mrs. Gilbert Kasey. long-eare- d Alberta Drury and Carrie D. Frakes ' are with their aunt, Lena Stith, on the Guston R. F. D. Robt. Hardaway and wife are here from St. Louis and have a month off at their parents homes. John Cox and Mrs. B. A. Hardaway Miss Minnie Stith, at the home of the Hon. Chas. Blanford, spent last week , with friends in Stith's Valley. Miss Ada Stith dropped out at Louis-yill- e on return from .Cincinnati Boat trip. Anthony Reezor, of Hardinsburg, was in the neighborhood Thursday looking up some stock of the 4 . d Mr. and Mrs Ben DeJarnette, of Mc- g of Quady, visited her mother, Mrs. Eliza Beavin last week. Rev. Mr Jones filled his appointment at Cave Spring church last Sunday. A large crowd was in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brlckey attended church at Cave Spring last Sunday, and were the guests ofitMr. and Airs. Lollle Keenan. Mrs. O. V. Sanders and children who have beon visiting' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N.' Brlckey, has to her home at Evansville. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Tinlus attended church at CaveSprIng,and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Odis Taul. Pat Rice was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Brickey last Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brlckey was the guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Perkins last Sunday. i Miss Bessie Cox surprised her friends last week by her return from Washing-to- n City. Mrs. Williford and daughter, Bess, leave Wednesday for their home in Illinois. Carl Corapton has.been in Louisville for the past week. T!.. lf! iNeu unto, ota Louisville, Is visitmiss ing Miss Bessie Foote. Mrs. Everette Foote has sold her fine four year old Bourke Cochran gelding to Taylor Dowell. Price round, about 200. sick list. Fred Triplett has a little clrl on the T. J. Triplett returned last week from a visit to relatives Is Missouri. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. Mrs. Rosa Whltehouse, of CloverTo Save Fifty Cents. port, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chester Beavin. Instead of buying a new hair rat if "Oread baking success is guaranteed you are not stylish and still wearing if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. one ciean your old one with gasoline. Tins makes the rat fluffy and it will "Bread baklug is guaranteed a auccesa last three times as mgif you keep It", If jou use the Lewisport BEST Flour". cleaned with gasoline. 4' H i , ' 1 1 f ' ;4 4 ,v0 fjtiiii'liiL